HVAC systems are designed to regulate room temperatures at desired levels. When temperatures rise above the desired level, the AC is turned on. Once the optimal temperature has been reached, the AC is turned off automatically. During the cold winter months, the heating system is designed to heat the air inside a home until the desired temperature is reached, after which the heating cycle stops. The device responsible for switching between the heating/cooling cycles is the thermostat. Thermostats are temperature measuring and controlling devices used as switches for HVAC systems. When these devices go off calibration, or get damaged, therefore, the HVAC system will not function as expected. At Emery Air Conditioning, we know the importance of these temperature sensing and controlling devices. That’s why our technicians normally start HVAC maintenance and repair services by inspecting the thermostat.
About Emery Air Conditioning
We are a Florida-licensed HVAC contractor with over two decades of industry experience. We serve both commercial and residential clients throughout Southwest Florida. Our technicians are highly qualified and experienced, so you can expect them to get the job done right the first time round. They are also friendly and professional.
Benefits of Installing Programmable Thermostats
When there is nobody in the house, there is no need of having the AC or heating system operating at optimal levels. Since you want to cut costs, the AC should be set to a higher temperature, and the heater to a lower temperature. The temperature setting should then be readjusted to normal levels when you get back home from work. It can be inconvenient and confusing to adjust the temperature settings manually every morning and evening, so you should consider installing a programmable thermostat. This is a “smart” thermostat that can be programmed to control the temperature in a room according to user preferences. At Emery Air conditioning, we can install a suitable programmable thermostat to suit your needs. Call us today to discuss your options.