SMART THERMOSTAT - By controlling the temperature in your home with a smart thermostat, you can keep your home cool - when it needs to be. By adding remote temperature sensors, your smart thermostat can take the temperature from multiple locations throughout your home.
A thermostat that knows more about the temperature in your home can take smarter actions on your behalf. This is why traditional thermostats that are only equipped with only a “one-room view”, fall short.
When pairing with your smart security system and adding temperature sensors in problem areas (or ‘hot rooms’), your smart thermostat knows more, understands more and can do more to save energy and keep you comfortable.
With real-time information from all around your house, an Alarm.com Smart Thermostat sees more opportunities to save energy. It can save energy automatically when no one's home, based on your security system's arming status. It can also use Geo-Services to save energy when you go to work, and make things comfortable when you're on your way home again.
On hot days, it knows the temperature outside and can turn down the AC to help save you some money. It can even minimize waste by shutting the AC or heat off when a window or door is accidentally left open.
This summer, you can be even more energy-efficient, saving between 15 and 23 of the energy it normally takes to cool your house.
This winter, you can save between 9 and 16 percent of the energy you'd normally use to heat your house.
These statistics are according to the rigorous, independent tests required by the Environmental Protection Agency for its ENERGY STAR® certification, which was awarded to Alarm.com last year for their Smart Thermostat.
With the average home's heating and cooling costing $900 per year, that's a substantial opportunity to save energy and money without having to be uncomfortable.
Call today to learn more about the smartest thermostat on the market, and get your smart home security system professionally installed by American Defense Systems.