We’ve all done it.
Left the heat on, I mean.
You head out for the weekend, and then you realize: craaaaaap. I’ve left the heat cranked. (Hey, it was a cold winter!) Heating a completely empty house. $$$ pretty much flying out the air exchanger, not to mention using unnecessary fossil fuels. And the same applies to the air conditioning in the summer. Mmm, delicious power grid failure. Wait, what?
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a way to adjust heating or cooling when you weren’t home? (more…)