• Thermostats

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    HVAC Maintenance

    June 24, 2015

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    At RineAir Heating and Air Conditioning we are dedicated to building lasting relationships with our customers by delivering value through quality work and dependable service at affordable prices. We are your local Cincinnati heating and cooling [...]

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  • When you are having a new heating or air conditioning system installed in your home, you will want to think about what type of thermostat to install. Even if you aren’t replacing your heating and cooling system, a new thermostat could help lower your energy costs. However, all thermostats are not created equal, and there are quite a few different options that you can choose to work with your HVAC system.

    Each type of thermostat has its own particular benefits, so it’s important to know all the facts before you make you final decision. The thermostat that is best for you depends on your HVAC system, the specifications of your home and your personal preference. Our thermostat specialists can explain all your choices to you and help you find the right model for your heating and cooling system.

    Types of Thermostats

    Thermostats are differentiated by the mechanisms that they use to sense and modify the temperature in your home and interface you use to interact with them. All thermostats will allow you to control the temperature, but some are more accurate and easier to use than others.

    Wireless Thermostat Installation

    Wireless thermostats are a new option that many homeowners are choosing to control their HVAC system. They essentially allow you to change the temperature from almost anywhere in your home. Wireless thermostats are easy to control, easy to install, and highly sensitive to changes temperature, all of which makes them a great solution for many homeowners.

    Wireless thermostats can also help you keep your energy costs down. The easier it is to control your heating and air conditioning system, the more likely you are to turn it down when it is not needed. If you need more information about how these types of thermostats will integrate with your HVAC system, talk to the wireless thermostat experts at RineAir Heating & Air Conditioning!

    Digital Thermostat Installation

    Digital thermostats give you more precise temperature control than traditional mechanical thermostats. Digital thermostats can be set to a very specific temperature, giving you much more control over your home’s comfort system. They are easy to adjust as well, allowing you to make those small changes in temperature that can sometimes make all the difference.

    Many digital thermostats are also programmable, which means that they can automatically adjust the temperature in your home by time of day. This allows you to turn down your AC and heating when you are not at home, saving you money without sacrificing comfort. If you have any questions about upgrading to a digital thermostat, talk to the Cincinnati thermostat installation specialists at RineAir Heating & Air Conditioning.

    Wired Thermostats

    Traditional wired thermostats are still used in many homes. They are effective, and if the wiring is already in place, easy to install. They might not be as high tech as wireless thermostats, but they are just as practical in many situations. Especially if you were already satisfied with your current wired thermostat, an updated wired model might be the right solution for you.

    Installing a New Thermostat

    RineAir Heating & Air Conditioning is ready to help you with all of your thermostat installation needs in the Greater Cincinnati area. Whether you are installing a new system or you only want to upgrade to a new thermostat, we are here to serve you. Give us a call today with any questions you might have!