Indoor thermal comfort is important, and a proper level can be reached and maintained by using a thermostat. New thermostats are modern, digital and can be programmed, which means that they can provide different temperatures at different time intervals and can switch on or off temporarily the heating/ cooling appliance.
It is not advisable to have a HVAC system that operates continuously 24 hours a day, as the heating or cooling needs vary and the energy consumption of such a system would be too high. A thermostat can solve this problem.
Which thermostat is the best?
The answer is very simple: when choosing the thermostat, consider the thermal comfort and energy savings. A complex HVAC system cannot be controlled by a simple switch, or by an analog thermostat. In case you want to benefit from the maximum comfort provided by a modern heating/ cooling system, specialists recommend choosing a digital and programmable thermostat.
A programmable thermostat is designed to automatically change the room temperature according to an established schedule. Programmable thermostats allow you to make a plan of switching on / off the HVAC system, in order to heat the house only when you need it and for as long as you need it, as well as to save money.
In addition to the programming function, a high quality digital thermostat must be provided with both a floor sensor and an ambient sensor. To have digital and programmable thermostats installed in your home, contact Pasterkamp in Denver.