Thermostats in Monroe MI
Thermostat Installation & Repair
Thermostats are meant to regulate the temperature in a space. They do this by turning your air conditioning and heating units on and off to maintain a temperature set by you. Unfortunately, we have found that many homeowners and businesses still use older thermostats which do not have the level of control that newer models do. This inaccuracy leads to uncomfortable spaces and higher energy bills.
Today's thermostats are not only digital, but completely programmable. This means that you have complete control over the temperature in your home or office, and even in various rooms. One of the fully programmable thermostats we offer to our Monroe clients is the Talking Thermostat.
The Talking Thermostat is the most advanced in technology; the latest in user-friendly thermostats. This thermostat actually adjusts the temperature according to a series of programmed settings that take effect at different times of the day. Its energy efficiency has also made it a top choice among our customers.
Its Talking Technology results in no need for a manual because the Talking Thermostat provides talk-through instructions throughout the entire set up process. It also reminds you when to change your air filters and has an alert to let you know when it is time for maintenance.
Iceberg's One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning knows that even the best of thermostats is no use to you without proper installation. Our air conditioning technicians have been providing thermostat services to Monroe residents for many years now, and they know all about installation procedures. We understand the exact location your thermostat needs to be for optimum performance, and we also offer repair and maintenance services for all types of thermostats.
As a homeowner, chances are high that you are working tirelessly each month to improve the cost of your energy bill, lowering it as you go to save a bit of money throughout the year. We completely understand this desire, as we battle the same thing ourselves. A programmable thermostat is one way to lower your monthly heating bill by allowing you to control the settings of the heating or air conditioning system in your home. To cut the cost of your monthly bill by almost $20 per month, we recommend raising the indoor temperature by just a few degrees. When you are not home, raise it a bit higher than normal. 78 degrees Fahrenheit seems to work wonders for many while home or sleeping.
Installing a thermostat is not always an easy job, which is why it would be best to hire our professional technicians to handle the task. Most thermostats require anywhere from two to 10 wires to function properly, depending on the heating and cooling system in your home. With the proper equipment and knowledge, our technicians can easily install your programmable thermostat, saving you money in the long run.
Line Voltage Thermostats
A line voltage thermostat is generally used for convention or resistance heaters powered by electricity. This type of thermostat requires a very specific type of wiring throughout the home, so have a professional technician examine the wiring before you go ahead and make a purchase. The line voltage unit will generally have two to four thick wires from the back portion of the device. On occasion, the thermostat will be attached directly to the heater.
Line voltage thermostats allow the homeowner to control the temperature in the upper levels of their building, such as from an attic fan, to control the cool air intake or hot air exhaust. These thermostats work wonders for ventilators, fans, and dampers. Depending on the voltage you require, we can install thermostats up to 600 voltage for your home. For baseboard or a radiant heating system, this style of thermostat is highly recommended.
If your thermostat has finally kicked the bucket, you will want to have the unit replaced in a timely manner to ensure you continue controlling the usage of your heating or air conditioning system. Without a thermostat, your monthly bill may rise significantly. We can install thermostats after removing the old system from your home, and after exploring your heating and air conditioning system, we will recommend a specific type of thermostat to match your requirements.
With the right thermostat replacing an old model, you can save energy and lower your monthly bill quite a bit. By upgrading the old model, the efficiency of your HVAC system can also be drastically improved, too. This is a factor that many home and business owners tend to overlook when it comes to replacing their thermostat. The unit in place does make a difference on the entire system, believe it or not.