After receiving the news that the current heating and cooling system will only last another year or two, now is the time to start thinking about a replacement. When evaluating different Air Conditioning Systems, think about the benefits of a unit that is easy to program. Here are a couple of ways this feature will work to the advantage of the home owner.
Saving Energy During the Day
No one is home during the day, but the system keeps running at the same temperature setting. While the home-owner has good intentions about changing the setting to cut energy costs, remembering to do that during a busy morning is not easy. In fact, most of the time, it gets forgotten in the rush to get out the door. With programmable Air Conditioning Systems, it is easy to set the system to automatically change the temperature setting at a specific time. Doing so will mean the unit will cycle on less during the day and save energy. As a bonus, that same system can be set to alter the setting again just before everyone is due to return home. By the time the first person opens the front door, the house is once again at a perfectly comfortable temperature.
Remote Access to the Controls
Thanks to technology, it is now possible to control settings for all sorts of things around the house. That includes the air conditioning system. Using a smart phone and the right software, it is possible to monitor the activity of the system and adjust it as needed. This means if the home-owner has to cut short a business trip, it is possible to access the system remotely, stop the current program, and adjust the temperature while the owner is taking a cab home. There are plenty of other features on the current generation of heating and cooling systems to explore.
Contact the team at Arctic Heating and Air Conditioning and learn more about how they work and what they can do. Once the decision is made to install a new unit, it will be all the easier to choose a new unit with features that the home-owner can put to good use.
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