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Save on Heating with a Programmable Thermostat

With cold weather comes an increase in your heating bill, and Metzger’s is here to give you the cost-saving solution you need with a programmable thermostat. Programmable thermostats may be used for basic temperature control, but they may also be set up to manage your indoor environment for different times of the day and different days of the week. No matter the outdoor conditions, your home can be the perfect temperature with a programmable thermostat.

From morning to night

Hour to hour programming on your thermostat can be one of the better ways to save yourself costs with heating this winter. Temperatures drop significantly during the early morning and late at night, so, with your programmable thermostat, you can heat your home specifically during these times to sleep comfortably and turn it down during the day while you’re away at work. By planning out the times that your heat is running, your home will be warmed when you need it, and your bill is guaranteed to lower throughout the colder months.

Options available

Metzger’s offers two different options for programmable thermostats to keep your home warm this winter. The Honeywell programmable thermostat has a 7-day, 5-2 day, 5-1-1 day, and 1-week version for your heating so you can get the exact setup that you need depending on your schedule. Metzger’s also offers a Bryant Evolution programmable thermostat which boasts an easy-to-use wall mounted panel and can work to make your home’s temperature, humidity, dehumidification, ventilation, and indoor air quality as best as possible. No matter which of the thermostats we provide you decide on, you know that your home will be heated efficiently and save you a noticeable amount on monthly bills.

As a member of multiple organizations stressing best ethical practices and certifications, you know you can trust Metzger’s with all your heating needs. Our installers and technicians will give you the professional experience that you’re looking for this winter season.