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350 S. Chancellor Street
Newtown, PA 18940


206 Otter Street
Bristol, PA 19007


215-968-7477
215-788-4596
609-386-4658

206 Otter Street
Bristol, PA 19007


350 S. Chancellor St.
Newtown, PA 18940


215-968-7477

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Program Your Comfort with Harris Comfort

- 4:51 pm - December 27th, 2018


In today’s connected world, managing your day to day is all about convenience. This especially applies to your home comfort! A programmable thermostat can help you find your ideal level of convenient comfort while helping you save money and conserve energy.

The settings available on a programmable thermostat allow you to boost your fuel efficiency by synchronizing your comfort equipment’s schedule to your family’s schedule. What’s more, the U.S. government’s ENERGY STAR® program offers the following tips to save with a programmable thermostat:

Choose the right model: Programmable thermostats come with different programming capacities. A 5+2 day thermostat will allow you to set the temperature at one level for the entire work week while keeping a different setting for the weekend. A 5-1-1 thermostat will allow more flexibility on weekends when your schedule may vary. A 7-day thermostat will allow you to set a different schedule for each day of the week.

Remember to program the thermostat if you are going away: When you’re going on vacation, make sure to set the thermostat to an energy-saving temperature for the duration of your trip. During the winter, do not set the thermostat below 55ºF to minimize the risk of a pipe freezing.

Install your thermostat away from direct heating/cooling sources: Setting a thermostat near a direct heating or cooling source can lead to incorrect temperature readings. Keep your thermostat in a central location away from these sources for the most accurate temperature control.

Resist the urge to override set temperatures: Every time you alter the pre-programmed temperature, you’ll use extra energy, which could show up in your next energy bill.

According to ENERGY STAR®, the average household spends more than $2,000 a year on energy bills, about half of which goes to heating and cooling. Homeowners can save about $180 a year by properly setting their programmable thermostats and maintaining those settings.

Are you ready to take control of your comfort, conserve energy, and save money on home heating? Contact us online today to get started!