Real time reports of heating usage including historical analytics
Being able to control your home’s temperature from any location as long as you’re connected to the internet, is quite revolutionary. It’s certainly appealing for those with hectic schedules, for late workers, and large families juggling duties; where thermostats in Smart Heating Systems really do save money is making sure the home isn’t being heated when there’s nobody in.
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Having the ability to heat your home more efficiently will save money with reduced energy bills in the long term. Read more below on how the thermostats in Smart Heating Systems work, and also details on the analytics reports that document usage on the app, which will help better understand heating usage and then adjust personalised preferences accordingly to save money.
Simple straightforward installation means these are cost-effective
Out-dated traditional thermostats use a standard dial or the boiler panel to adjust temperature in homes and to schedule timings throughout the day. What the thermostats in Smart Heating Systems do is give a more user friendly and more accessible control over home heating with just three basic components for installation:
- The first component plugs directly into your home boiler, and is compatible with most, so that it can send a wireless signal to the secondary components.
- Secondary components being the thermostat, or wireless Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRV) as they’re technically known, which act as the main control within each individual room
- Third component being the app which downloads to smart devices, so to remotely control the thermostat device allowing adjustment of the heating from any location.
Depending on the type of thermostat in the Smart Heating Systems we install, suited to your requirements, some of the more sophisticated devices can learn your daily schedule by detecting when your synced smart device is home, or even detecting when you’re on your usual route home, so it can prepare your home to the usual temperature.