Until recently, the idea of home automation was relatively unfamiliar to most people. However, as products and technologies become more accessible, homeowners across the country are upgrading their homes. There are a lot of hidden benefits to automating the home that you might not have considered.
Struggling to maintain a comfortable and consistent home temperature? System cycling too fast or too slow? Home thermostat reading doesn’t seem to match the actual room temperature? An outdated model can not only make you uncomfortable; it can cause HVAC inefficiencies that can cost you money.
Livable Buildings: Designing for Comfort webinar will be a discussion with our experts and understand the importance of efficiency and designing livable buildings for comfort.
So you’ve decided to create a connected home. One of the easiest smart home entry-level devices is a smart thermostat. But how do you know which one is right for you? Use this simple thermostat checklist to help narrow down the smart thermostat selection in order to find your perfect match.
Smart thermostats and smart devices are in more homes than ever. Despite the increase in adoption, there are still some common misconceptions about Wi-Fi thermostats. Let’s take a moment to quell these myths about smart thermostats.
Being a comfort expert is one of the first steps to winning the comfort conversation with your customers. You want to have this conversation early and often.
Smart home upgrades aren’t always top-of-mind for many sellers in today’s real estate market. Many invest in home improvement projects that pay off in the short-term with the best bang for their buck. If you’re looking to sell your house, you might want to consider adding smart home products.
An interactive providing information on how air conditioning can play a role in ensuring that time spent indoors is comfortable and productive.
Leave your seersucker suit in the closet. Stay cool this summer by learning more about SEER. It will help you choose the most efficient air conditioner for your home.
Winter can be tough on outdoor equipment. When the weather warms up, there are a few steps you can take to prepare your air conditioner for the summer. With a little effort, you can set up your home for a trouble-free cooling season.