With the extreme temperatures in the Las Vegas Valley, it’s hard to balance comfort and energy efficiency in the summer. It is generally recommended to set your thermostat to a temperature that balances comfort and energy efficiency in the summer months. The U.S. Department of Energy suggests setting your thermostat to 78°F (25.6°C) when you […]
Change the batteries in your smoke and CO detectors when you change your clocks for daylight savings. It’s an easy reminder to replace them and is very important for your safety!
If you have a large home with multiple stories or a large household with family members who prefer different temperatures, consider installing a zone control system.
It is an “Oh no!” moment when you approach your home’s thermostat and see its screen is blank. Is it serious? Does it mean your furnace, heat pump, or air conditioning is broken? Not necessarily. In fact, most of the time, it is something minor and can be easily fixed.
With all the options available for setting your programmable thermostat, it is easy to get confused. Of course, this defeats the purpose of a programmable thermostat––it is designed for you to “set it and forget it,” making your life easier. Naturally, anything can be confusing at times, so feel free to contact our qualified JMAC Plumbing & Air Conditioning team members with any questions you may have about your programmable thermostat.