Use Smart Devices to Get the Right Temperature in Every Room of Your House
Does your home have that one room that always feels cold in the winter? Or too hot in the summer?
It’s a common problem, especially if your house runs on one thermostat. If, say, your thermostat is in your living room, then your finished basement or attic, out-of-the-way office or addition, or even your second floor might be quite a bit hotter or colder because the thermostat isn’t reading the temperature in those areas.
Sure, you can use space heaters and window ACs to compensate, but you have other, less cumbersome, options: using a smart thermostat with remote temperature sensors or installing smart air vents.
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