Programmable thermostat

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Programmable thermostat

A thermostat that allows homeowners to set the temperature at different levels at different times of day. For example, in winter, it could be set to be colder while occupants sleep and warmer as occupants awaken.
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EoACAoInstall a setback or clock thermostat that automatically switches your air conditioner to a higher cooling setting while you are away.
Installing a digital clock thermostat on an electric furnace or heat pump costs about $100, Stuart said.
These simple tips can help customers manage their bills: -- Install a clock thermostat to keep temperature at 68 degrees when at home or 55 degrees (health permitting) when away or asleep.
Consider a Clock Thermostat -- An automatic clock thermostat can be set to keep the temperature of the home at the desired level when occupied, and turn the air conditioner off (or up) at specified times when no one is home or at bedtime.
Install a clock thermostat, programmed to keep the temperature automatically set at 68 degrees or cooler when the house is occupied and, health permitting, 55 degrees or off at night and when not at home.
Use a clock thermostat or timer to set temperatures automatically for the times you are home.
Install a clock thermostat which automatically changes settings.
Install a clock thermostat to automatically change settings.
The VISTA workers are helping to provide weatherization services including draft proofing, caulking, weatherstripping, hot water conservation, minor home repairs, roof insulation, clock thermostats, energy education and other measures.