Air On Demand Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Thermostats’

4 Benefits of a Smart Thermostat

Monday, January 6th, 2020

smart-home-thermostat-tabletThis is Florida so most, if not all of us, are concerned with keeping cool and comfortable throughout the year. You work hard to make sure that your air conditioning system is kept in great condition with regular maintenance and timely repairs. You even take the extra step of checking on your home’s sealing and insulation to make sure that none of the cool air your AC produces is being wasted.

Now, what if we told you there was one more factor that could seriously help or hinder the efficiency of your air conditioner? Because there is, and its the thermostat. It’s true! One of the best ways to help your AC unit do the best job it possibly can is by making sure your thermostat is up to snuff. And a smart thermostat capitalizes on this.

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DIY Thermostat Troubleshooting: Try This First

Monday, February 6th, 2017

digital-thermostat-handWhen your air conditioning system doesn’t work properly, the first thing you check is probably the thermostat. This is a good start. While the issue often does not originate in the thermostat, it’s important to rule out any obvious issues. But do you really know what to check for?

Before you contact a technician, you may want to try these tips. Often, we show up to “fix” something the homeowner could have done with relative ease.

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Replacing an Air Conditioner? Replace that Older Thermostat Too!

Monday, July 6th, 2015

When you replace your old broken down air conditioning system, your technician may offer you the chance to replace your thermostat as well. Your thermostat may not be failing yet, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t replace it. Switching to a new programmable thermostat or a digital model can save you money each year as well as a lot of hassle. See why you should upgrade in today’s post.

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Air Conditioning Repair FAQ: Is It the Thermostat?

Monday, May 11th, 2015

Your air conditioner should continue to run until the temperature in the room meets the temperature displayed on the thermostat. Once this goal is achieved, the air conditioner shuts off until the temperature in the room begins to rise again. So when the air conditioner does not switch on automatically, what’s the first thing most homeowners check? The thermostat.

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What Can You Do to Prevent Air Conditioning Repair?

Monday, April 13th, 2015

If you’ve ever been stuck without air conditioning on a hot summer day, you know that this is never an ideal situation. You’re left looking for a reputable AC company to come out during the busiest season while you search for ways to keep cool. Why not take steps today to prevent AC repair later on? Using your air conditioning system efficiently, changing the air filter regularly, and scheduling regular air conditioning maintenance service with an HVAC professional can all help to keep your air conditioning system in top shape for the cooling season.

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