Automation system helps to trim utility costs

Living in the northeastern part of the country means dealing with a extreme weather conditions, but my local part is well-known for especially long, snowy and chilly chilly winters.

It’s not unofficial for the outside temperature to drop down to disadvantage twenty-five degrees.

My pal and I pile up snow in multiple feet and the wind-chill is downright dangerous, the summers bring conditions in the high eighties or low nineties with brutal humidity. In-between, the Springtime and fall seasons tend to be chilly, rainy and windy; Either the boiler or the a/c run just about non-stop, and the cost of heating and cooling adds up to around fifty percent of condo energy expenses. I am forever searching for current and better ways to trim energy consumption and monthly energy bills. I’ve caulked, insulated and weatherstripped. I’ve replaced to Energy Star rated windows and exterior doors, and one of the most worthduringvestments was implementing a smart condo automation system. This single system provides accessibility and control of all of our most crucial condo appliances and equipment. The automation system includes a smart temperature control that has learned my family’s schedule and preferences. It intuitively adjusts temperature settings so that I’m not paying to heat or cool a bunch of empty rooms. My pal and I have smart window blinds that open or close according to whether sunshine through the windows is beneficial to heating or detrimental to cooling. Our lights now turn on and off when my fantastic friend and I enter or exit a room after sunset, however all of these minor adjustments contribute to significant cost savings. I also use the automation system to monitor our energy usage and pinpoint areas where my fantastic friend and I can be more conservative.

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