Want to save money on your monthly power bills? Want to make your home as comfortable as possible? Want convenience? Well, now you can have all of that and more with the Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat. This flexible 7-day programmable thermostat has user friendly interaction and gives you remote access. With this Honeywell thermostat, you can actually raise or lower the temperature in your home from anywhere in the world. Remote access means you’lll never waste money heating or cooling an empty home…and that means more money in your wallet. Going away? A vacation hold option will adjust your progam and have it automatically resume normal setting in time for your return. You will always come home to a comfortable temperature.The Honeywell Wi-Fi’s touch screen display can be color custumized to match your personal decor. The screen is conveniently back lighted making it easy to see in dimly lit rooms and hallways. The display will always maintains day and time settings even in the event of a power outage. In addition, the screen displays your indoor humidity level, sends you filter change reminders and extreme weather alerts. The filter change reminders will help you keep your system running at peak efficiency which is important in maintaining your comfort, lowering your power bills and extending the life of your HVAC equipment.
The Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart thermostat is one of the programmamable thermostat options that MTB Heating and Air offers. Call us today to learn more about our programmable thermostats and to have one of these money saving options installed in your home.
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