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If you’re not using a digital thermostat for your HVAC, you’re probably paying more electricity bills than you should. We have been working on HVACs for several years, and we can tell you that many homes are not using their HVAC units efficiently because they’re yet to install a digital thermostat.

Here are some of the ways energy is wasted with HVAC units.

 1. Heating unoccupied rooms

You’ll switch on your heating unit, and it will heat up all the compartments in your home while you’re the only one at home and you’re probably in the living room. All the heat sent to other rooms is a complete waste of power. And at the end of the month, you’ll pay for it.

With a digital thermostat, we can zone your entire apartment for your HVAC. That way, you’ll be able to choose the zone(s) you want the HVAC to cool or heat. If you’re in the living room, you’ll want the unit to cool or heat only the living room. And when you move to your bedroom, the thermostat will heat only the bedroom.

It gets even better. The digital thermostat has a sensor. It senses movement. With that, it will direct the HVAC to heat or cool only the zone where there’s movement. Even when everyone leaves home, and you forget to turn off the heating unit, the thermostat will eventually shut down the unit if it no longer senses any movement.

   2. Heating the apartment when the atmospheric temperature has risen

Another way by which homeowners waste energy is to allow their heating units to run for 24 hours, even when the weather isn’t so cold. The digital thermostat can help here too. With the digital thermostat, we can program your digital thermostat to shut down the heating unit when the atmospheric temperature rises above a certain temperature.

And when the temperature drops, the thermostat will send a signal to the HVAC unit to start it up.

  3. It prevents temperature disputes

Here’s a scenario that usually plays out in homes. Sally loves it very cold around her, but James is just recovering from flu and does not want it to be too cold. An argument breaks out. James prefers to raise the temperature a bit, but Sally will have none of that. Raising the temperature will make her uncomfortable. Unfortunately, this kind of disagreement will keep happening.

The installation of a wireless thermostat is the best solution. Remember, with a thermostat, we will zone your apartment, and each room will fall into different zones. James and Sally will just have to stay in different zones and enjoy their preferred temperatures.

  4. Heating all through the night

Generally, you don’t need much heat at night, but many people leave their heating unit to work through the night. You can program a thermostat to reduce the temperature just before your bedtime and increase it again when you wake up in the morning.

When you switch to a digital thermostat and apply all the tips above, at the end of the first month, you’ll notice a substantial reduction in your energy bill. Remember, your heating devices consume about half of the power supplied to your home.

This is where Blessed Electric & Air comes in. It is our business to install, repair, and replace wireless thermostats. We will also help you program it to suit your lifestyle and save energy. We will make sure your HVAC runs efficiently. We have been installing digital thermostats in homes all over Texas. So, we are highly experienced in it. And our charges are competitive.

Our expertise goes beyond digital thermostat installation. We also install, service, and repair HVAC units. Won’t you rather hire an HVAC expert to install your wireless thermostat? You can call us for more information.


Below is a list of the cities we offer service. We may still be available in your area if your city is not listed below. Our DFW electrician team of professional and licensed electricians travels most of Dallas and Fort Worth. If you are unsure if we service your area, please call  (214) 801-5755