Programmable Thermostats: Saving the Planet While Saving You Money

October 22, 2009 at 9:11 AM Leave a comment

If you have a programmable thermostat, you can automate your heating and cooling systems to save energy when you’re not at home or asleep. In winter, for example, your house can be a nippy 60ºF while you are at work, and then—while you are still boarding the bus for your commute back home—it can automatically move up to a toasty 68º or 70ºF. When you step in the door, the temperature is right where you want it.medium

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