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Thinking About Installing a Nest Learning Thermostat?

Did you know that around 50% of your utility bill goes to heating and cooling your home? If you did already know that, then chances are you're also already thinking about installing a learning thermostat that can help keep your home warm or cool at specific times while also saving you 20% or more on your heating and cooling bill!

One of the most popular and most advanced learning thermostats on the market is the Nest Thermostat. When Tony Fadell, former Senior Vice President of the iPod Division at Apple, was building himself an energy-efficient home near Lake Tahoe, he found himself discouraged by the lack of thermostat options on the market. Along with a former colleague from Apple, he founded Nest Labs, maker of the Nest Thermostat and other home devices.

So how does the Nest Thermostat work? As you might imagine given that its creator formerly worked at Apple, the interface is surprisingly simple, but what it does is also surprisingly powerful. After using the Nest Thermostat for just a week, it starts to learn your patterns and programs itself to keep your house at the temperature you want in the most energy-efficient way possible. This might mean turning the temperature down when you go to bed or setting itself to a power-saving "eco temperature" while you're away at work. You can also interface with your Nest Thermostat directly from your smartphone, so if the kids are headed home from school while you're still at the grocery store, you can tell your Nest Thermostat to turn the heat up a few degrees so it'll be warm and cozy when they get there.

Of course, even if you know all about the Nest Thermostat, you may not know how to install one, or how to optimize the device to best fit your home's HVAC system. That's where Davenport comes in! Davenport Service Company is proud to be a Nest thermostat installer in Olathe. Our customers have been clamoring for Nest Thermostats, and so we have been certified as Nest Pro installers for thermostats and other Nest products, including smoke/CO (carbon monoxide) alarms.

Leaving your house heated to 72 degrees all day—even while no one is home—is pretty much the utility bill equivalent of leaving your car idling in the driveway all night long. It isn't going to do you any good, and you're going to pay for it down the road. With learning thermostats like the Nest products, your heating and cooling system can adapt to your schedule and habits and keep your house cozy all year round, while also saving your pocketbook.

So if you're ready to see what a Nest Thermostat can do for you, give Davenport Service Company a call at 913-441-2222. As a Nest Thermostat installer in Olathe, we're scheduling appointments today!

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