Let’s Stop Wasting Energy (And Money)
Programmable thermostats were supposed to help saving energy, but only some of them are programmed to save energy and they’re just too complicated. That’s why Nest made Learning Thermostat T200977 simple and so easy. 99% of Nests have custom schedules.
Favorite features of this unit are the auto-away and air-wave technologies which are probably the two most cost saving features for me. Air-wave shuts down the compressor before the push box. Since the coils are still cold from the compressor running, the thermostat knows how long it takes for your home to get from one temp to another. Depending on this time, the thermostat knows when to shut down the compressor to save power while still getting the home to the desired temp. Auto-away is a feature that shuts off the AC within a programmable range if it detects no one is home.
Nest Thermostat 2.0 is very easy to install. Most customers install it in 15-30 minutes. You can connect it to Wi-Fi to control it from anywhere, through your smartphone, laptop or tablet.
Here are what Nest user said about this amazing thermostat :
“Easy to install & incredibly sleek! It is really nice not having to get out of bed in the freezing cold mornings only to change the thermostat. Being able to do it from your phone while you’re still in bed is way better”
“My first piece of advise is to not be put off by the price of this Nest T200577. Last month I had the lowest electric bill in 7 years – $50 less than any previous bill, and I attribute the savings to the Nest. I believe the Nest has paid for itself with lower utility bills in about 6 months”
“The best part: our electric bill has gone down about $20 a month since installing the nest, which is about a 20% decrease. The Nest has definitely added to the energy efficiency of our home. More than that, it’s been really convenient. Since we set our schedule in it, we rarely adjust the temperature. It also seems to have eliminated “cold spots” in the house this fall. It’s heating the house more evenly in places like our sunroom, which was always a little chilly.”