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Trane is known for all the excellent HVAC systems and devices it has developed over many years. Perhaps all your HVAC-related devices are Trane products as well. But you’ve now encountered problems with your system’s thermostat and have to replace it. The obvious choice would be to replace it with a Trane thermostat, but somebody told you that the one HVAC device that is not made by Trane themselves, is the HVAC thermostat. Now you are wondering who makes Trane thermostats and whether the Trane thermostats are exactly the same as the thermostats of the company providing them to Trane. Honeywell manufactures Trane thermostats, which are then packaged and branded with the Trane brand. Despite the fact that Trane thermostats are constructed to Trane’s requirements, they often employ the same procedures as comparable thermostats of the manufacturing company. In this article, I’ll go through whether or not there are differences…

You have to replace your HVAC thermostat and you’ve compared different brands and models trying to find the best one to purchase and install. You’re now down to two brands, namely Wyze and Nest and you don’t know which one to choose. You wonder whether the differences between the two brands will determine your final choice or whether they are so similar to each other that you’ll have to base your final decision on personal preferences. Aspects such as price, connectivity, compatibility, and even aesthetics have to be compared to enable you to decide whether to purchase a Wyze or a Nest thermostat. A detailed comparison will show the similarities and differences and will allow you to make an informed choice. In this article, I compare important features of Wyze and Nest thermostats to help you make your final choice. For your convenience, I start by indicating the similarities…

Utility bills can cost a lot, especially during peak winter and summer months. You use many heating and cooling devices to provide comfort and battle extreme weather conditions. Saving money is ideal for every household, but many people forget how much they spend on their home’s feeble cooling and heating. It accounts for 50-60% of your monthly utility bills. You can easily save money on energy bills by upgrading old thermostats to ones that are programmable. Saving money on energy bills will require you to reduce the usage of air or heat conditioning. However, you will never compromise comfort when using a programmable thermostat. A programmable thermostat allows easy temperature adjustments according to the measurements of the room. By doing so, the device makes it comfortable to stay in that room. It will save energy when the room is not occupied. These latest models can track your day-to-day activities, automatically…

Thermostats do play a huge role in our households as they ensure that a comfortable environment in your home is created by your furnace. That is why it is important to understand how the furnace works. As there are three types of thermostat furnaces, single, dual and multiple thermostats, we are going to have to talk about one of them in this article. And that is the two-stage thermostat. So what is a two-stage thermostat? The two-stage heating system means that the furnace has two levels of providing heat in your home. They basically have a ‘high’ and ‘low’ setting, which provides a bit more efficiency than the single-stage thermostat. Usually, the low setting is used more often in many households ensuring that your furnace doesn’t burn a lot of fuel, unlike the other thermostats. That’s just one of the perks a two-stage thermostat comes with. And that’s not…

There are HVAC thermostats available that not only attend to the temperature in your home but can also sense and even control the humidity level in your home. The questions many people want to be answered are why they should be worried about the humidity level in their homes, and if they have to attend to it, what role can their HVAC systems and thermostats play. And they want to know which thermostat with humidity control is the best. You have to “worry” about the humidity level in your home. You can have the ideal temperature in your home, but fungi and mold can flourish if the humidity percentage is too high. And that can lead to health issues. Fortunately, your HVAC system can with the right thermostat, help to sense and control the humidity levels in your home. And there are several excellent thermostats with humidity control available. …