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.
If you don't want to mess with a digital program, you can buy an old-style clock thermostat, with easy-to-adjust plastic pins.
* A Clock Thermostat. One of the cheapest, easiest-to-install purchases you can make is a simple timed thermostat that will automatically turn the heat down when you go to bed and turn it up again in the morning.
2 Program a clock thermostat for automatic energy savings.