Installation of Programmable Thermostat in Few Easy Steps

Here is it. A great webpage talking about replacing your thermostat by programmable one.

“Installing a programmable thermostat is one of the simplest things you can do to save energy and money in your home. You’ll save one percent on your heating bills for every degree it’s set back over an eight-hour period!

  • Time: 15-20
  • Cost: $25-$100
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Tools: Screwdriver, wire cutters/strippers, pencil, level, drill, 3/16” drill bit,”

To continue reading, click here.

As I have shown in other articles on this blog, this investment will easily pay back in less than a year.  Saving money and saving the world, in one shot.

Usually it is easy to convince to homeowners, but apartment renters are hard to sell this stuff to. For that purpose, an attachment like described in this post of mine could be useful.

~ by Kedar on October 18, 2007.

5 Responses to “Installation of Programmable Thermostat in Few Easy Steps”

  1. At the Energy Doctors we have all our techs carry programmable thermostats on the truck in case some one needs one when we are out on an audit.

  2. We at RethinkHEAT feel that if everyone purchased an infrared heater, this whole oil problem would have to be put to an end. The alternative of “NOW” is infrared!

  3. Programmable thermostats are really easy to install and very affordable.
    Rethink, the same thing could be said about geothermal systems.

  4. Though its so easy to program your thermostat so few people are doing it. Is our population that apathetic or are programmable thermostats needlessly complex? No wonder energy star is taking programmable thermostats off of the list…

  5. this post makes it sound easy, thank you.

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