Replacing the thermostat when installing a new air conditioning system is a great idea. The connection between the thermostat and the air conditioner is important for the operation of the system. Problems with the thermostat can cause the air conditioner to work more often than it should or not as often as it should. Both can be a huge waste of energy that you'll see on your utility bill.As an expert in HVAC services, I highly recommend that landlords consider replacing their thermostat when installing a new air conditioner.
Upgrading to better technology will ensure that your system adapts to your new air conditioner. To decide which new thermostat to install, it's best to call professionals who will offer you a variety of options.Over time, a thermostat will worsen when it detects temperatures and the dead zone will widen more and more. Programmable thermostats use that technology and improve it by allowing you to program the thermostat to change the temperature in your home at different times of the day, for a certain period of time, or even for areas of your home, depending on the thermostat and system you have. Any malfunction or miscommunication between the thermostat and the air conditioner can result in a malfunction and even a waste of energy.Smart thermostats also learn the owner's air conditioning comfort control patterns and develop their own patterns to provide the home with the cooling that best meets the owner's needs and, at the same time, save energy.
A digital thermostat can achieve more precise temperature settings, which will improve comfort and energy savings. In addition to these benefits, it's also easier and more immediate to notice if something isn't working quite right in the system, which can translate into a faster and cheaper repair should something go wrong. Programmable thermostats allow you to control when your air conditioner turns on and off, even when you're not at home.If you think your air conditioning installation could also use the installation of a thermostat, Big Mountain Heating & Air can handle it for you. Upgrading your thermostat to one that's programmable is not only cost-effective, it also gives you peace of mind.
If your old thermostat is a manual model with sliders and dials, then you should definitely switch to a digital model. Just as air conditioning systems age and need to be replaced, thermostats wear out and work less precisely than before.With a programmable thermostat, you can adjust your home's temperature to be lower or higher (depending on the weather) when you're not around so you don't waste energy. Leaving an old thermostat connected to a new air conditioning system won't cause any disaster, but it can affect the efficiency of the air conditioning system.