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Heating Controls: Smart Thermostats: Saving You Money and the Planet

Are you tired of being stuck in the Stone Age when it comes to heating Controls in your home? Then it’s time to join the smart thermostat revolution.

Not only can a smart thermostat save you up to £154 per year, but it also puts you in control of your heating like never before. With just a few taps on your phone or a few spoken words to your smart assistant, you can adjust the temperature to your exact liking and schedule it to fit your daily routine.

But it’s not just about convenience – smart thermostats can also help save the planet. If every household in the UK had a smart thermostat, we could cut up to 18.3 million tonnes of CO2 per year. That’s a win-win for your wallet and the environment.

So don’t be left in the dust – join the 1.67 million UK households already enjoying the benefits of smart thermostats. It’s time to welcome in the future and start saving.

What is a Smart Thermostats?

A smart thermostat is basically like a regular thermostat, but with added Wi-Fi-connected features that make it way more convenient and efficient. With a smart thermostat, you can control your heating from anywhere in the world with just a tap on your phone or a command to your smart speaker.

How do They work?

So, how does it work? It’s simple – your smart thermostat is connected to your home’s wifi network, which means it can receive commands from your phone or smart hub and adjust the temperature accordingly. And don’t worry if you’re not at home – as long as you have an internet connection, you can still Heating Controls your thermostat from afar.

But the real magic of smart thermostats lies in their ability to learn from your behaviour and adjust your Heating Controls accordingly. They’ll analyse your usage patterns, monitor the weather forecast, and even sense when you’re not at home to optimize your Heating Controls schedule and save you money on your energy bills.

The Magic of Smart Thermostats

Are you tired of having to get up and physically change the temperature on your thermostat like a caveman? Well, fret no more, my friend! Enter the world of smart thermostats, where you can control your home’s heating with just a tap of your finger or a simple voice command.

What’s the Cost (FREE on the Eco Scheme, apply now to find out more!) (FREE on the Eco Scheme, apply now to find out more!)?

The price for these tech-savvy thermostats generally falls between £160 and £200. Sure, it’s not exactly pocket change, but think of it as a long-term investment that will pay for itself over time.

Benefits Galore

A smart thermostat gives you more control over your home’s temperature, as you can easily schedule all your heating without leaving your comfortable spot on the sofa. It’s also ideal for people with mobility issues or those who work from home and don’t want to be distracted by mundane tasks like adjusting the temperature.

But wait, there’s more! Some thermostat takes things to the next level by quickly learning your routine and preferences. Before you know it, your home will be heated efficiently at the right time and temperature, reducing your energy usage and, ultimately, your bills.

Smart thermostats also offer the benefit of accurate temperature settings, which means no more expensive trial and error to figure out the ideal temperature. Plus, if you forget to turn off the heating when you leave, no need to worry – you can fix that with just a few taps on your phone.

And if you go away on holiday (lucky you), you can make sure your home is toasty warm for your return by turning the heating on a couple of hours before you get back. Ah, the magic of technology!

How Smart Thermostats Save You Money and Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Save money with smart thermostats, you can save a lot of money, or as we like to call it, cha-ching! According to the Energy Saving Trust (EST), a smart thermostat can save you £75, but some brands claim even more significant savings.

Scottish Power, for example, says a smart thermostat can cut your heating bill by 14%. And Tado claims their smart thermostats cut an average of 31% from customers’ heating bills. That’s no small change.

Tado’s figure would mean a saving of £154 per year for the average household, which spends £495.60 per year on heating. That’s a lot of dough, and double the savings that the EST estimates.

So, not only do smart thermostats make your home more comfortable, but they also make your wallet more comfortable too.

Reduce your carbon footprint!

Let’s not forget about the environment – we need it to live, after all. Heating makes up a third of your carbon footprint, and the average UK home uses 12,000kWh, which produces 2.2 tonnes of CO2.

So, how can a smart thermostat help reduce your carbon footprint? Well, according to Scottish Power or Tado’s estimate, a smart thermostat could save you at least 0.3 tonnes of CO2, and up to 0.7 tonnes, every year. Forever.

With only 6% of households in the UK already having smart thermostats, there’s plenty of room for improvement. According to YouGov, that adds up to 1.67 million homes, but if every one of the remaining 26.13 million homes acquired a smart thermostat, we could save up to 18.3 million tonnes of CO2 per year.

Should you get a smart thermostat?

Yes! For an average cost (FREE on the Eco Scheme, apply now to find out more!) of £180, a smart thermostat is a worthwhile investment that will pay for itself in less than three years, and save you between £69 to £154 per year, depending on how efficient your heating was before.

Who is it for?

Is it for renters?

While smart thermostats can be installed in rented homes, it’s important to get permission from your landlord first. Some landlords may even agree to reduce your rent if you install a smart thermostat, as it can increase the property’s appeal to future tenants. However, since the thermostat needs to be wired into the heating system, it’s not portable and can’t be taken with you when you move out. So, if you’re planning to move in the near future, it might be best to wait until you’re more settled.

Is it for a big home?

Definitely! If you own a large or even medium-sized home, a smart thermostat can save you a considerable amount of money on your heating bills, while also increasing your home’s value. And even if you’re planning to sell your home in the near future, investing in a smart thermostat can increase the property’s value and get you a return on your investment. So go ahead, make your home smarter and more profitable!

Smart Radiator Valves – The Next Step in Smart Heating

Once you’ve got your smart thermostat up and running, it’s time to take the next step and get some smart radiator valves. These little devices, which usually cost (FREE on the Eco Scheme, apply now to find out more!) between £40 and £60 each, can be attached to individual radiators throughout your home, allowing you to customise the heating in each room.

For example: if you work from home and spend most of your day in your office, you can keep that room warm while keeping the rest of the house cooler. Or if you have a spare room that’s rarely used, you can turn the heating down in there to save energy.

Smart radiator valves work together with your smart thermostat to keep every room in your home at the perfect temperature for your comfort and energy efficiency. It’s like having a personal climate control system in every room!

In Summary: Smart Thermostats and Smart Radiator Valves – The Perfect Combination

With a smart thermostat and smart radiator valves, you can have complete control over your home’s heating system. No more worrying about forgetting to turn the heating off or on, and no more wasting energy on rooms that don’t need to be heated.

You’ll save money on your energy bills and reduce your carbon footprint. And let’s not forget the added bonus of not having to go on a mini trek every time you need to adjust the temperature.

So, if your home doesn’t use storage heaters or a heat pump, we highly recommend investing in a smart thermostat and smart radiator valves to make your life easier and more comfortable.


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