Pasadena Thermostat Replacement
Your thermostat is the brain of your entire HVAC system. It monitors the temperature in your home and tells your air conditioner when and how long to turn it on. Today, many thermostats can do more — adjust to our schedules and learn our habits, in some cases. If your thermostat isn’t working correctly, it’s essential to address the issue sooner rather than later. Not doing so will affect the entire HVAC system and cause more problems than cost you money.
When it’s time to replace your thermostat, the experts at Air Tech of Pasadena can help you find the right thermostat and install it quickly, restoring the brains of your HVAC system and making your home more comfortable.
Choosing A Thermostat
These days, it seems like you have countless kinds of thermostats to choose from, and many homeowners find themselves thinking, “Don’t they all do the same thing?” The answer is a bit of yes and no. To make it easier, let’s separate thermostats into four categories.
Manual: Manual thermostats are the most straightforward kind, perfect for homeowners who prefer to adjust their home temperature manually rather than relying on the system most of the time. In short, they get the job done.
Programmable: A step up from manual, programmable thermostats can be programmed to keep your house at different temperatures on different days and even at other times of the day for higher-end models. This is great for energy efficiency, as you can set the thermostat to maintain a less demanding temperature when you’re at work and a more comfortable one on the weekends.
Smart: Smart thermostats, often called Wi-Fi thermostats, are the most innovative in the industry. Popular features for smart thermostats include complete programmability, smartphone connection, energy reports, air quality control and more. Some can even learn your habits and program the air conditioning to match them.
Zoned: Whole house temperature zoning helps solve the problem of rooms being too hot or too cold. Your home is divided into “zones,” each with a programmable thermostat, so you can control smaller areas of the home when it comes to temperature. With zoning, you don’t have to heat up the whole house when you only need heating in one room.
The most critical factor in choosing a new thermostat is whether its capabilities work for you. Some people prefer to save money and don’t mind a manual thermostat, while others will pay more for a thermostat they can set and forget about. It’s all up to you.
Smart Thermostat Installation
Should you choose to install a smart thermostat in your home, there are a few extra steps to take in the installation process. The thermostat will need to be compatible with your HVAC system, and during installation, it must be connected to Wi-Fi and set up with your smartphone. Luckily, the Air Tech of Pasadena team is well-trained and has experience installing smart thermostats in the Pasadena area. You can count on our technicians to properly install your new smart thermostat and make sure you know how to use it before leaving.
Pasadena Thermostat Installation
Whether you choose a smart thermostat or a different model, trust Air Tech of Pasadena to make the process as stress-free and straightforward as possible. From your first call to the end of service, our service representatives and technicians will be professional, knowledgeable and courteous.
Contact us today for more information or to begin a service request for a thermostat replacement.