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As technology continues to become more advanced, home automation is becoming extremely popular. There are a variety of home automation devices you can use to save money on your energy bills. Keep reading to learn about three home automation tips you can put into action to save money on your energy bills in your Benson, North Carolina, home.

Wireless Thermostats

Wireless thermostats provide one of the easiest ways to save money on your energy bills. These thermostats connect directly to your home’s WiFi network, giving you the ability to control your home’s temperature from an internet-connected device, like your smartphone. A wireless thermostat also functions as a programmable thermostat, easily allowing you to set a schedule for the thermostat that aligns with your lifestyle. With a wireless thermostat, you don’t have to adjust the temperature each night before you go to bed. Simply program the thermostat according to your preferences and let it handle the rest.

Home Zoning

With home zoning, you can heat and cool different zones in your home according to your needs. Let’s say you have a daughter in college who comes home only on the weekends and stays in the basement. When she’s not there, no one uses the basement. There’s no need to heat or cool that area of the home if no one is using it. With home zoning, you’ll save money by only heating or cooling the basement when your daughter is home.

Nexia Smart Home Automation System

With Nexia, you gain full control over nearly every aspect of your home. From lighting to garage doors to thermostat settings, you can control these aspects from your smartphone. Managing these aspects remotely allows you to improve energy efficiency and save money on your utility bills.

Cape Fear Air Conditioning, Heating, & Electrical Company, Inc. specializes in a variety of HVAC installation and maintenance services. Give us a call today at 910-216-9394 to learn more about various home automation tips you can put into action to save money.

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