Advancements in technology have greatly revolutionized the HVAC industry. From programmable thermostats to advanced air cleaners, enhancing energy efficiency and keeping the air you breathe clean have become easier than ever before. Here’s a look at three ways you can take advantage of smart HVAC technology in your Lincoln, California, home:

Install a Programmable Thermostat

Thanks to Wi-Fi-enabled smart programmable thermostats, you can now remotely control your thermostat from your smartphone. Your phone will serve as a remote, and the Wi-Fi connection allows you to adjust the temperature from any location. Whether you’re shopping, on vacation or at work, you can easily lower or raise the temperature inside your home. Keeping your home at a moderate temperature while you’re away is an excellent way to save money on your heating and cooling expenses.

Motion-Response Air Conditioning

Motion-response air conditioning is an HVAC system that uses sensors to detect movement in the home. The air conditioner only kicks on when it senses motion. You can set it up to only cool the rooms where it detects this motion. Motion-response air conditioning makes it effortless to increase heating and cooling efficiency. This type of smart technology is very new and will slowly make its way into the residential HVAC industry over the next few decades.

Geothermal Heat Pumps

Although geothermal heat pumps have been around for many decades, they have significantly increased in popularity over the past few years. Geothermal systems absorb heat from the ground and distribute it throughout the home. Since the temperature underground is more constant than the air outside, this system allows you to slash your heating expenses. When equipped for it, geothermal heat pumps also give you the advantage of tapping into an endless supply of free hot water.

Do you want to save money? Jaguar Heating & Air specializes in quality HVAC maintenance and energy saving audits. Contact us today at 916-256-4447 to learn more about smart HVAC technology and increasing your home’s efficiency.

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