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Programmable Thermostats allow you to program the ideal temperature for your home during different days and times of the day. This is much easier and efficient than constantly adjusting the thermostat, and it saves money because you don't have to keep your home as cool in the summer or warm in the winter on days and times that you're not there. Newer "Smart Thermostats" are Wi-Fi Thermostats that allow you to control your home's temperature remotely from any mobile device. These smart thermostats also monitor your home's indoor and outdoor humidity and outdoor temperature. You can set up multiple locations on one account, which is perfect if you have a rental or vacation home, apartments, office, etc.
Air Purifier Systems
Air Purifier Systems protect you and your family's health by helping to eliminate dust, pollen and other pollutants in your home. Today's Electronic Air Purifiers (EAC) are virtually trouble-free and low-maintenance. UV Light Purifier Systems kill most germs before they recirculate, and prevent mold spores and other allergens from growing on your air conditioner's coils.
Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers
Humidifiers help to keep your home more humid in the dry winter months. The warm, dry air from your heater can create static electricity, make your hair and skin dry, and damage wood moldings and furniture. And because humidity makes you feel warmer, you can set your thermostat lower in the winter and save on your utility bills. Conversely, in the summer a dehumidifier can help keep your home dry. Too much humidity can create mold, moisture condensation, and make your home feel warmer than it actually is.
Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detectors
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a deadly toxic gas that has no scent, color, or taste. Carbon Monoxide poisoning can cause a variety of health symptoms, including dizziness, headaches, nausea, and confusion. A Carbon Monoxide detector can detect and alert you if it finds carbon monoxide in your home. You should have a CO detector on every level of your home, and they should be replaced every 5 to 10 years depending on the unit.