The location of your thermostat affects the power and performance of your heating and cooling system. For instance, because exterior walls are usually colder than interior ones, installing a thermostat outside will force your furnace to run continuously, leading to wasted energy and decreased cost savings. The ideal place for your thermostat is on an inside wall in the center of your house on the first floor. We recommend that you speak with our team of professionals when you’re ready to choose a location for your new thermostat. Call Duggan’s One Hour Heating and Cooling at 706-733-8703 to learn more.
Where Should I Put My Thermostat?
Posted on September 18th, 2014