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Comfort at your fingertips, savings in your pocket

Smart thermostats are an easy way to improve home comfort and lower your energy bill. Save up to 15% per year in energy costs.

Did you know that heating and cooling are your home’s biggest annual energy costs? A smart thermostat uses motion and occupancy sensors to make automatic adjustments to maximize your energy efficiency. Whether you own or rent, a smart thermostat is a smart investment that can pay for itself in as little as one season.

The smart way to heat, cool and save

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Automated Savings
  • Automatically adjusts to save energy when you’re away

  • Reduces energy costs by up to 15% per year

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Convenient comfort control
  • Adapts itself for optimal comfort when you’re home

  • WiFi-enabled for remote control from your smartphone or tablet

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User-friendly design
  • Simple do-it-yourself installation, often in 30 minutes or less

  • Offers easy-to-use controls and programming

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See Your Usage
  • Get real-time usage reports and savings tips

  • Provides automatic system alerts and service reminders

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Smart support
  • Learns your daily routines and temperature preferences

  • Works with other smart home devices and systems

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  • Helps reduce your home's carbon footprint

  • Most models are ENERGY STAR® certified

How a smart thermostat helps you heat and cool for less

From sunrise to sunset, a smart thermostat automatically keeps your home comfortable while saving energy. When the weather or the seasons change, it switches modes.

Here’s how it would adapt temperatures during winter in a household with a typical 9-to-5 work schedule:

7 a.m.
You wake up to a nice warm room.

9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
After you leave for work, it automatically turns the heating down.

6 p.m. – 11 p.m.
You come home to a warm home.

11 p.m.
It turns itself down while you sleep.

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Not the DIY type?

If you’re not a do-it-yourselfer, but you’d like help, visit the manufacturer’s website to find a professional in your area who can help with installation and programming.

What to look for

There are many smart thermostats on the market today. Finding the right one for your lifestyle is easy with this handy guide.

If you have a larger home
Look for a smart thermostat that comes with remote sensors to control the temperature in multiple rooms.

If you’re a design lover
Some smart thermostats come with a large, colourful display and a full touchscreen.

If you’re a frequent flier
Many smart thermostats come with mobile and web applications, giving you control and insight into your energy usage on the go and in real time.

If you’re building or buying a new home
If you’re taking possession of a newly built home, be sure to ask if a smart thermostat is a standard feature.

If you’re on a budget
Not every model has the ability to learn your habits and preferences. For a lower price point, look for one with fewer features.

If you want smart hub integration
Choose a smart thermostat that can link with your connected lightbulbs, speakers and other smart home products.

If you have a heat pump
(or are considering one)

Maximize your energy savings by pairing your heat pump with a compatible smart thermostat. It constantly monitors heat pump performance and helps minimize the use of auxiliary or backup heating mode.




Questions? The answers to our customers’ most frequently asked questions about smart thermostats.

What’s the difference between a programmable thermostat and a smart thermostat?

Programmable thermostats require manual adjustments, while smart thermostats adjust automatically, based on occupancy, indoor/outdoor temperatures and user preferences.

Is a smart thermostat worth the money?

Are smart thermostats compatible with all heating systems?

How much energy can I save?