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    Nov 08, 2018

    posted by: McCall's Supply, Inc.

    How a Programmable Thermostat Improves Your Energy Efficiency

    How a Programmable Thermostat Improves Your Energy Efficiency
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    Discover the many product upgrade benefits of installing a new programmable thermostat.

    Are you looking for product upgrade benefits that deliver real savings? A new programmable thermostat will help you save money. What's more, it will also keep your home at a comfortable temperature year-round. Here are some reasons why this small device has so much to offer.

    Set the Right Temperature When You're Not Home

    You can save a lot of energy by adjusting your programmable thermostat for when you're out and about. At the same time, you can program your new thermostat to adjust the temperature before you get home. This way, your home will be comfortable when you arrive. Additionally, setting it to a lower temperature in the winter and raising it in the summer will help you conserve energy and save money.

    Lower the Temperature When You’re out of Town

    Do you need to travel out of town in the winter? If so, lower your programmable thermostat to 50˚F. It's a simple, effective way to prevent frozen pipes without spending lots of money on energy bills. You can program it to adjust the temperature before you get back, so the house is cozy and warm when you return. If you leave town in the summer, set the temperature to 88˚F. Program the thermostat to go to 78˚F an hour or two before you get back.

    Discover Which Upgraded Products Are Right for You

    Are you looking for increased comfort and decreased energy bills? If so, a McCall's dealer can help you find the programmable thermostat to fit your needs. Find a dealer near you to learn more about the product upgrade benefits you need to improve your energy efficiency.

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