Plumbing & Cooling Experts in Spring, TX

Upgrade Your Thermostat for a Better Heating Experience

We understand that you don’t use your heater as much as you do your air conditioning system. That doesn’t mean, however, that you should settle for anything less than a great performance from your heater. In fact, the limited use of your heater makes it all the more frustrating to encounter issues with its performance when you do need it.

One way in which you can get a consistently better performance from your heating system is by upgrading your thermostat. Not only will it benefit your heater in Spring, TX, but it will also make your AC even better equipped for the long, hot summer season. Contact us if you are ready to take greater control of your HVAC systems.

Programmability Makes a Big Difference

These days, most homeowners are at least using a basic digital thermostat. These devices are easier to use and to read than old round or slide models. However, they really are the entry point for modern system controls, and we recommend that you look into a programmable thermostat to take your system’s performance a bit farther.

A programmable thermostat is one that offers all of the benefits of a digital model, while also letting you automate the schedule that your heater will follow. You don’t have to worry about running your heater all day just to come home a comfortable environment when the workday is done. With a programmable thermostat, you can maintain a more moderate environment throughout the day when the house is empty, and then have the system make the desired adjustments shortly before you return home.

Not only does this help you to save energy without negatively affecting your comfort, but it also cuts down on wear and tear to your system. If you’re looking to take control even further, a smart thermostat that you can program and even control remotely may be right for you. There are even models that learn your heating — and cooling — habits to make changes as needed on their own!

Call Milton Frank Plumbing if you’re ready for a new thermostat in your home.