Thermostats

Smart thermostats are great for making your life more convenient and helping you save money on your energy bills. It is surprisingly easy to remove an existing thermostat and install a smart thermostat in its place. You will wonder how you ever lived without a smart thermostat. Buy thermostats here.
Honeywell Lyric Thermostat - Smart Programmable WIFI Thermostat (TH8732WF5018)
Honeywell Lyric Round WIFI Thermostat
HomeKit & Alexa Ready, 2nd Gen
List Price: $250.00
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Alarm.com ADC-T3000
Alarm.com Smart Thermostat
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Our Price: $194.99
Alarm.com T2000 - Smart Thermostat
Alarm.com ADC-T2000
Smart Thermostat
List Price: $262.00
Our Price: $141.99
Honeywell T6 Z-Wave Thermostat - Smart Thermostat
Honeywell T6 Pro Z-Wave
Smart Thermostat
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Our Price: $127.99
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Honeywell T6 Pro WIFI
Smart Programmable WIFI Thermostat
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Our Price: $127.99
iDevices IDEV0005AND4 - Smart WIFI Thermostat
iDevices IDEV0005AND4
Smart WIFI Thermostat
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Our Price: $99.99
Carrier Côr - Smart WIFI Thermostat
Carrier Côr
Smart WIFI Thermostat
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Our Price: $259.99
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iDevices IDEV0011
Wire Adapter for iDevices WIFI Thermostat
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Our Price: $19.99
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Go Control GC-TBZ48
Z-Wave Smart Thermostat
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Our Price: $101.99

A thermostat is a relatively simple device that operates a building's HVAC system. This is the system that heats and cools the building as needed. The introduction of smart thermostats made it easier than ever to keep a home or business at a comfortable temperature. These devices can be set to operate based on a schedule or with certain system events. You can even control these devices remotely using a smart platform.

Many users are intimidated by the idea of installing their own smart thermostat. But it's actually quite easy. Before installing a thermostat, you should cut power to the existing thermostat at the breaker. Remove the thermostat from the wall, and disconnect the wires from the device. Then take your new smart thermostat and reconnect the same wires. Some smart thermostats can even operate without common power from a C-wire. This makes the installation process even easier.

After wiring your smart thermostat, you can mount it to the wall. Most smart thermostats come with mounting equipment included. A back plate will hide any markings on the wall and make the installation appear neat and tidy. The device will power on once you restore power at the breaker. Remember to always cut power before making any hardware changing for your home's HVAC system.

A great aspect of a smart thermostat is that it can help you save money on energy bills, while still keeping your home or business comfortable. This is done by setting a schedule. You will generally want to keep your building at the desired temperature while you are around, while having your HVAC system operate a little as possible while you are away. For example, if you live in a hotter climate, you might have your house set to 70 degrees Fahrenheit while you are home and set to 75 degrees Fahrenheit while you are away. You can customize these settings based on your needs and your climate.

Another reason to get a smart thermostat is the ability to control the temperature remotely. A smart thermostat will communicate through a certain protocol, such as Z-Wave or WIFI. After programming is complete, you will be able to control your smart thermostat anywhere in the world through your smartphone. This is great if you have a guest over while you are away. You can adjust the thermostat for them so that the building is kept at a comfortable temperature.

For remote access. end users will want to integrate their smart thermostats with interactive platforms like Total Connect 2.0, Alarm.com or Apple HomeKit. Whether or not a smart thermostat is compatible with a particular platform will usually depend on the wireless protocol that it uses to communicate. You should check the compatibilities of any smart thermostat before making your purchasing decision.

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