Thermostat Controls & Much More
What's the best thermostat for your home?
Ask the industry experts. Thermostats used to be that simple up and down device on the wall, that turns HVAC systems on and off. This system is still viable if you have old basic heating and cooling equipment in your home.
However, with the advancement of HVAC systems, modern systems have evolved into more robust, and energy efficient systems. The controls (thermostats) are now built to accommodate the new HVAC systems, which older thermostats may not be able to support, and run every feature in a modern HVAC system.
Always consult a certified HVAC professional before you make a thermostat purchase. General recommendation is not to use after market thermostats. It is advised to install equipment matching brand controls, to properly support your home's heating and cooling system.
Our Integrated "Home Comfort System"
The Nexia™ Home Intelligence device makes home automation simple. This system gives you the power to control the comfort of your home from across the room or from across the world using a smartphone, tablet or other web-enabled device. In addition to remotely controlling your heating and cooling, this system allows for control of garage doors, entry doors and locks, small appliances, in home camera monitoring, lighting, electric, irrigation, security system alerts and more. When you call our office we can tell you all about how the Nexia™ Home Intelligence system works, and how it can make your life better.
Programmable thermostats can also be connected to the NEXIA home automation system. The Indoor Comfort Team is proud to be an NEXIA Home Intelligence dealer.
Read more about the Indoor Comfort Team home automation, here.
**Note: As you research different thermostats you are likely to read about Nest Thermostats. We do not feel that these are a good choice - this article provides more about Nest Thermostats. After reading the article we think you will understand why we feel the way we do about this product.
Contact us today if you would like a Indoor Comfort Team technician to tell you all about our ac temperature control options.