Bartels Heating & Cooling Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Thermostats’

3 Reasons to Replace an Older Thermostat

Monday, February 20th, 2017

thermostat-manual-dialThe thermostat is the only part of the heating and air conditioning systems you really interact with. So by now, you may have gotten used to the settings or perhaps the little peculiarities of the controls. Many people keep the same thermostat around for years, even after major heating repairs or even system replacements.

But if you have an older thermostat that has not been replaced for quite a while—perhaps not since before you moved in—it’s time to consider moving on. You can get a thermostat that is much easier to navigate or has far more options than you’re working with now.

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Is It Time for a Thermostat Upgrade?

Monday, July 25th, 2016

Many people wait to change out their thermostats until they absolutely have to. They wait until the thermostat completely ceases to work, or until they can no longer read the display. But this means they are living with an inefficient, inconvenient thermostat for many years—decades in many cases we’ve seen.

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Get the New Infinity® Remote Access Touch Control Thermostat

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Are you ready to make home comfort a whole lot easier, more comfortable, and more efficient? Save money, reduce the hassle, and make climate control simple with the help of smart technology. A smart thermostat allows you to control the temperature in your home from wherever you are, right from your smart phone.

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Reasons to Upgrade Your Thermostat

Monday, September 7th, 2015

At this time of year, your whole home air conditioning system has been operating for quite a while. You may have taken some steps to help reduce your energy usage, but there is one fairly simple step many homeowners overlook: upgrading your thermostat. Its small size belies its power in your home, because your air conditioning system can’t operate without a working thermostat. Your thermostat is the control center for your AC, telling it when to turn on and off. But today’s thermostats have far more capabilities than this, and these capabilities can offer you some important benefits.

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