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At R & D Heating and Air, we understand the importance of feeling comfortable, cozy, and cool in your home. Maintaining the proper climate for your family begins with the right thermostat. Whether your thermostat could use some repairs or you’re looking to upgrade to a new system altogether, our team is here to help! We provide expert thermostat repairs, services, and replacement throughout Utah. Read on to learn about the best options for your home. Call today to schedule a service with our team!
Easy Fix for the Home: Thermostat Repairs
Getting thermostat repairs can be the easiest and quickest fix for any issues with your heating and cooling system. Sometimes these fixes can be as easy replacing the batteries in your electronic thermostat, but if you have any issues, you should call us at R & D Heating and Air to get the job done. We can help adjust, repair, or figure out if you need to have the thermostat replaced.
Signs You Need Your Thermostat Serviced
During the winter or summer months, a broken thermostat can lead to some uncomfortable days and nights for you and your family. Make sure you can notice the signs to protect you from much more significant problems. R & D Heating and Air can help get it serviced or replaced. Here are some signs that your thermostat will let you know it needs some attention:
- Heater or air conditioner refuses to start
- Air conditioner runs continuously or won’t turn off
- Changing the batteries didn’t help
- The thermostat has no power or is unresponsive
Upgrade Your Thermostat
There has been a new trend in modern households to update old or outdated thermostats to new digital ones that you can program for better temperature control. These replacements are easy for our well-trained professionals to install. R & D Heating and Air has made sure they are equipped with knowledge of the most up-to-date systems and can bring your home into the modern age. Here are some added benefits of calling R & D Heating and Air for updating your thermostat system:
- Lower your energy bills
- Programmable temperature settings
- Detailed information about your HVAC system
Find the Thermostat Type for You
As the trend to upgrade thermostats has swept the home industry, along with its new and improved types of thermostats have emerged. There are thermostats best for reducing energy usage, reducing costs, and heating and cooling different kinds of homes. Explore the following to determine which type is best for your home:
Programmable: Cater your thermostat to your weekly schedule with a programmable unit. Pre-program your weekly settings to account for the days you aren’t home and your nighttime settings to your sleep preferences. These thermostats can reduce energy bills and take the strain off your furnace, resulting in fewer repair costs.
Non-Programmable: Perfect for homebodies, these thermostats are easily adjusted manually. Although they cannot be adjusted remotely or programmed to follow your sleep or work schedule, they can still achieve high efficiency.
Smart: Integrate your thermostat with your other home automation equipment. Smart thermostats learn your living habits over time and adjust accordingly. They recognize patterns and adjust accordingly to maximize heating and cooling efficiency. Plus, you can often link them to your Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa.
WiFi: Connect your thermostat to your wireless network and access it on your smartphone with this type. WiFi thermostats are programmable and can be remotely adjusted. This is especially convenient because you can also override the preprogrammed temperature settings. If you want full control over the climate of your home, whether you are there or not, this is the way to go.
Basic/Standard: Analog thermostats may seem outdated when compared to the forward technology options we have today, but they are still a tried and true product. These basic units must be manually adjusted and use a bi-metal strip that connects to the thermometer, so the temperature is displayed.
Digital: A step up from the basic units, digital thermostats are more accurate at reading and controlling your home’s temperature. Basic digital thermostats must also be adjusted manually/ Although they are set to kick on when the temperature increases or decreases, to regulate your home’s temperature.
Humidistat: While your thermostat controls the temperature with your HVAC system, a humidistat is used to control the amount of moisture in the air. Maintain a set humidity level throughout your home and avoid dry or sticky air.
Brands We Service
We are proud to service any brand of thermostat found in Utah homes, but there are some brands we are particularly fond of working. If you are looking to upgrade your thermostat, consider opting for one of the following brands:
Ecobee: These award-winning smart thermostats support humidifiers and dehumidifiers for ultimate in-home climate control. Some models even include built-in Alexa voice control. Monitor your indoor temperature at all times and trust your thermostat to adjust accordingly with their SmartSensor technology.
Nest: Google offers two Nest smart thermostat models to keep your home cool or cozy when you’re away. Their sleek design perfectly complements any décor, and they help homeowners save up to 15 percent on heating and cooling bills.
White Rodgers: Choose your thermostat from White Rabbit’s selection of basic and digital models. Manually and accurately adjust your temperature and trust it to kick back on when the temperature rises or falls.
Emerson: These industry-leading thermostats come in five different models, ranging from a basic digital model to a touch screen unit that offers Smart WiFi technology, humidity control, programmable options and displays, and more.
iPro: Looking for a thermostat for temperature control in the food retail, service, or hospitality industry? The iPro series from Emerson may be the perfect fit. Its multifaceted electronic platform offers optimal functionality for spaces outside the typical home.
Johnson Controls: Choose from nearly 20 models in the Johnson Controls thermostat arsenal. You are guaranteed high operating efficiency and energy savings with any of these digital, electromechanical, or pneumatic models.
Honeywell: Indulge in the T5+ Smart Thermostat from Honeywell Home and benefit from its state-of-the-art technology. If your home is smart technology compatible, use voice control, Apple HomeKit™, Geofencing, the Honeywell Home app, and more to stay in complete control of your home’s climate.
Robertshaw: If you’re looking for a selection of quality thermostat options, Robertshaw may be the way to go. With mechanical, non-programmable, programmable, and smart options that come with matching accessories, there is something for every home.
Vivint: Why not control all your smart home technology in one place with Vivint? The SkyControl Panel™ includes your thermostat, smart home control, and 24×7 support all in one place.
Call R & D Heating and Air Today!
If you want to have more control over the climate of your home, or you’re simply looking to reduce your monthly energy bills, we can help. Upgrading your thermostat is a worthwhile investment. We’d be happy to steer you in the right direction and provide more information on which type and brand of thermostat work best for your goals. Contact our team today to learn more!