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Easily move the heat from a fireplace or cool air from a window air conditioner to an adjacent room

March 6, 2013 1 comment

hpc_30311_030613Regulate a room’s temperature easily with the Thru-Wall Room-to-Room Fan. This variable-speed, in-wall ventilation system moves warm or cool air quietly and efficiently from a comfortable room to another, saving far more energy and money than installing space heaters or window air conditioners. The Thru-Wall Room-to-Room Fan installs in any frame wall from 3.75″ to 6.5″ thick. The 360-degree rotating grille can be painted to match your room’s décor. At high speed, the Thru-Wall Room-to-Room Fan moves up to 200 cubic feet of air per minute, 100 cubic feet of air on low speed. Simply turn a knob to adjust the speed. You can also adjust the rotating grille to change the airflow direction according to your comfort level.
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Keep your home comfortable and cash in on energy savings with today’s deal!

March 5, 2013 Leave a comment

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Designed for easy use and quick installation and packed with convenient features, this thermostat gives homeowners the ability to remotely manage their home’s temperature and save money by reducing energy consumption. It can easily integrate with other Z-Wave enabled home automation devices. Homeowners can enjoy the benefits of the Z-Wave technology while trusting the comfort control and quality only available from Honeywell.

Offering you the ability to program each day differently and to customize temperatures for four periods per day, this thermostat makes it easy to heat or cool your home for optimum comfort. It features exclusive Honeywell Smart Response Technology and a feature that enables Auto Changes from Heating to Cooling, which continually adjust the pre-heating or cooling of your home for effective results and precise comfort control within 1°F of your desired temperature.
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Save as much as 15% in heating costs with today’s Smarthome Deal!

February 25, 2013 Leave a comment

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Dry air can be uncomfortable to breathe and dry out wooden furniture excessively. It also causes an increase in static levels which is especially bad if you like tinkering with electronic devices. Dry air can also cost you more in heating bills because it feels colder than humid air at the same temperature. When you add humidity to your home you can actually feel warmer at 68 degrees than you do at 75 degrees, saving as much as 15% in heating costs.

Actively Manage Heating and Cooling Energy Use within Your Home

February 21, 2013 1 comment

hpc_dod_51207_022113Take control of your home’s heating, cooling, and general energy usage with the Trane Home Energy Management Thermostat Model TZEMT400BB3NX. With the simplified home automation features of Nexia Home Intelligence, you can remotely monitor and control the thermostat and reduce your home’s energy consumption up to 10-15 percent from any Internet-enabled smart phone, tablet or computer.

Run Your Home from Anywhere
Nexia Home Intelligence is a new way to run your home, from wherever life takes you. Everyone is busy, on the go, and being pulled in a hundred different directions, which makes staying on top of what’s happening at home especially hard. But Nexia brings together home automation technology with a simple way to manage it from a distance, enabling you to do things like unlock the front door, adjust heating and cooling, and even manage home security and energy use right from your Internet-connected smartphone, tablet, or computer.

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A Thermostat That Provides Comfort Where You Need It Most

January 13, 2013 Leave a comment

Wireless Thermostat and Receiver
Did you ever wish you could turn up the heat without getting out of your warm cozy bed? Or that you could turn down the air conditioning from your living room chair? Or put the thermostat in a newborn baby’s room to keep the temperature exactly right? If you wish to be able to move the thermostat, put it by your bedside at night, or even control your heating and air conditioning system from two different places, such as upstairs and downstairs, then the Venstar Wireless Thermostat is for you.

Here’s how it works: Remove your old wall thermostat, replace it with the Venstar receiver and then remotely control the temperature anywhere in your house with the Venstar thermostat. Add additional wireless thermostats around your house (up to 4) and have instant access to temperature control no matter where you are.
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Smarthome Saturday Deal! Save Money & Energy with a Touchscreen Thermostat

January 5, 2013 Leave a comment

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Offering you the ability to program each day differently and to customize temperatures for four periods per day, this thermostat makes it easy to heat or cool your home for optimum comfort. It features exclusive Honeywell Smart Response Technology and a feature that enables Auto Changes from Heating to Cooling, which continually adjust the pre-heating or cooling of your home for effective results and precise comfort control within 1°F of your desired temperature.

Increase the Airflow to Your Vents in Rooms that are Too Cold

November 18, 2012 Leave a comment

Is there a room in your house that is usually cooler or hotter than the others?

Tjernlund CBB Cyclone Booster Fan Plus with Built-in Thermostat, Brown
If so it is probably due to bad airflow from your vents. Airflow in central air homes weakens the further it travels through the ducts. The Tjernlund Cyclone Booster Fan Plus helps solves this problem. The Booster Fan boosts the idle air from vents outward into the rooms where it is needed most, making every room in your home equally comfortable. The innovative design features a built-in thermostat that senses heated or cooled air and turns the fan on and off automatically, lowering your heating and cooling costs year round. The Cyclone Booster Fan Plus helps SAVE ENERGY and MONEY, just set it and forget it.
Increases and maximizes ventilation in any room in your home

  • Fits in both 3×10 or 4×10 inch ducts
  • Works for all seasons whether you’re heating or cooling your house
  • Built-in thermostat senses hot or cold air
  • Angled fan blades pushes the air into the center of the room
  • Turns on and off automatically
  • Whisper-quiet operation

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