Your thermostat is the brains of your HVAC system. It tells your system which temperature it needs to be at, then tells it to shut off when it reaches that desired temperature. Older thermostats may not be as efficient, and may not read the temperature as well as a newer thermostat will. In this case, your furnace or air conditioner may be working much harder than necessary (or not hard enough). If your thermostat has a dial, rather than being a digital thermostat, it may be time for you to invest in a new one that is more energy efficient and much more accurate. See below for instructions and tips on how to install a new thermostat.
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Installing a new thermostat is fairly simple to do, and can actually save you some money along the way. To learn more, contact a heating repair company.
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