Air Conditioning Controls & Thermostats
AC controls and thermostats, including Wi-Fi thermostat and programmable thermostat designs, cut energy costs and help you manage your indoor environment. The Home Systems Heating & Cooling Inc. regularly installs air conditioning control and thermostats in existing residential AC systems and in cooling systems for new residential construction. We have been caring for the indoor comfort needs of homeowners in Texas and New Mexico since 2008.
Thermostat Installation Options
What Is a Wi-Fi Thermostat?
A Wi-Fi thermostat lets you access your HVAC system with any internet-connected device from anywhere in the world. According to industry studies, you can save up to 15% on cooling costs with this type of thermostat. We install user-friendly and intuitive thermostats that create an indoor environment based on your habits and preferences.
These devices have sensors that detect humidity levels, temperatures, movement and light. They use that information to create an indoor environment uniquely tailored to your needs. The thermostats can even check weather reports in El Paso, Las Cruces and Socorro to see whether current outdoor conditions are impacting indoor comfort.
What Is a Programmable AC Thermostat?
You can set programmable AC thermostats to automatically maintain different temperatures in your home at different times of the day on different days of the week. The more sophisticated the programmable thermostat, the more options it will offer for indoor temperature control. Studies show that using a programmable thermostat to reduce your air conditioning setting by 7 to 10 degrees for eight hours every day can reduce energy costs by up to 10%.
Additional Benefits of Air Conditioner Thermostats
Smart thermostats have additional energy-saving features, and they can provide helpful information about your HVAC performance. For examples, a Wi-Fi thermostat can:
- Detect issues in your cooling system.
- Auto-correct temperatures that are too high or too low.
- Alert you when it is time to change the filter or to schedule maintenance.
- Create reports about your home’s energy usage and provide tips to increase your savings.
- Detect the location of your smartphone and turn on the AC when you are almost home.
Plus, when it turns off your AC compressor, an air conditioner thermostat can allow the fan to keep running so that it uses every last bit of cold air inside the system to cool your home. This can reduce cooling costs by up to 30%.