Make sure you’re saving the most by keeping a few things in mind:
Nest thermostats make it simple to set a schedule that runs your HVAC more efficiently while keeping you comfortable. They can do things like lower the temperature while you’re asleep at night (which is especially beneficial for energy costs in the winter) and turn it up when you’re about to come home. The
When you step out or go on vacation, Nest thermostats can make sure you don’t heat or cool an empty home. If you enable
Want to know if the temperature you’ve set is the most energy efficient? Look for the
Features like the
If you have a heat pump, try changing your
Even more ways to get the most out of your Nest thermostat:
Enroll in Energy Rush Hours. Energy Rush Hours are like traffic rush hours. Just as traffic clogs up roads when everyone drives to work at the same time, Energy Rush Hours occur when everyone in a particular area runs their air conditioning or heating simultaneously. With
Rush Hour Rewards, you can earn rewards for saving energy during peak demand periods while staying comfortable. When enrolled, your Nest thermostat will automatically adjust temperatures before and during a Rush Hour to reduce energy use and lower energy grid costs. And if you ever get too cold or hot, you can simply manually override the temperature on your thermostat.
Check for eligible energy rebates. Rebates make getting a Nest thermostat an even better value.3 Your energy provider may provide rebates or rewards for purchasing a Nest thermostat. Check
energy rebates and rewardsto see what programs you may be eligible for.
Independent studies conducted in the US showed that Nest thermostats saved people an average of 10% to 12% on heating and 15% on cooling. Individual savings are not guaranteed. Learn more at
Remote control and mobile notifications require working internet and Wi-Fi.
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