DIGITAL THERMOSTATS HAVERHILL MA

Extreme Plumbing can install and help you with digital thermostats in Haverhill, North Andover, Georgetown, Groveland, and Plaistow New Hampshire. We offer residential and commercial air conditioning maintenance and installation services. | 24/7 Emergency Service Available | TOLL-FREE: (800) 942-8555 | LOCAL: (978) 352-7900

Climate Control Professionals

Extreme Plumbing Heating & Cooling offers digital thermostats that can be used to control the temperature and comfort in your home. We want to ensure that you’re heating, and air conditioning systems are running at their best. This is important to ensure your home provides the comfort you want and reduces your home’s energy costs. Your system may not be running at its best and consuming too much energy. A programmable thermostat can help you keep your home’s heating and cooling costs under control.

Programmable/Digital Thermostats

How can you get more out of your cooling and heating systems while also lowering your energy bills? Install a Programmable Thermostat. A programmable thermostat could save you as much as 30% annually, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Programmable thermostats can control your home’s heating, cooling, and overall comfort. It is not common for homeowners to spend time considering which thermostat is best for their home. A properly designed thermostat can do more than turn on your cooling and heating systems. While you may think of thermostats only as controlling the temperature in your home, we see thermostats as an easy-to-use command center that allows you to control and customize every aspect of your comfort experience.

Zoned Temperature Control

A Zoned Comfort Control system will allow you to achieve the best temperature control in every room of your home. A Zoned Comfort Control system is more than one thermostat. It uses multiple thermostats to provide optimal temperature control and comfort in all rooms. We created a whole family of digital thermostats that can be used to suit the needs of every home. These thermostats are packed with the most recent technology and full of innovation. They give you complete control over your heating/cooling system and overall comfort in your home.

Is one room too hot and another too cold? With Zoned Comfort Control, you can have both!

Is it possible to turn all the lights on your home using one light switch? No. It’s possible to turn on lights only when you need them. This simple, energy-saving system can be extended to your home temperature control with a Zoned Comfort Control system. The thermostat is the only place where the temperature can be controlled to match the thermostat. Individual family members have different needs and temperature requirements. One member might be more comfortable than another. Heat rises, making the main floor cool while the bedrooms on the second floor are hot. The basement is cooled by the cool air. The south-facing windows absorb the sun, making certain rooms uncomfortable hot. However, northerly winds can make some rooms too cool.

The problem only gets worse when you add some of the most sought-after home design features. The problem can be worsened by large glass expanses and cathedral or vaulted ceilings, finished basements, solariums, lofts, and other features that can make temperatures vary drastically from one area to the next. It is impossible to expect a thermostat in one room to control temperature variation throughout your home. Zoned Comfort Control systems increase comfort by controlling the temperature in specific areas of your home. This makes you and your family more comfortable and saves money on heating and cooling.

What is Zoned Comfort Control?

A system that has more than one thermostat connected to an electrical panel, zoned comfort control controls several dampers in your forced-air heating/cooling system. The conditioned air is distributed throughout your home. You can install the system in any type of home, new or old. This will ensure that you have total indoor comfort. There is no need for service — it may only be necessary to adjust the system periodically due to changes in your lifestyle. “Zone heating or cooling can be used in certain homes. This allows you to reduce heating and cooling in an area that is not being used, which can significantly reduce your energy costs.

Why do I need it?

If you have any of these conditions, Zoned Comfort Control is required in your home.

  • It has more than one level
  • Large, open areas include lofts and vaulted ceilings. There is also an atrium or solarium.
  • A bonus room is located off the back, or above the garage.
  • You can find finished rooms in the basement and attic.
  • It includes a room or multiple rooms with large glass areas.
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  • Different temperatures are governed by family lifestyles in different parts of the house
  • The temperature of heating and cooling vary depending on the time of day
  • One portion of the home was built on top of a concrete slab floor
  • Your home is like a ranch, or it has wings that extend from the main living space.

Haverhill

Description

Haverhill is a city in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. Haverhill is located 35 miles north of Boston on the New Hampshire border and about 17 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. The population was 67,787 at the 2020 United States Census. Wikipedia | Zipcodes: 01830, 01832, 01835, 01830 ESSEX County, Massachusetts.

Andover

Andover is a suburban town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. It was settled in 1642 and incorporated in 1646. As of the 2020 census, the population was 36,569. It is part of Greater Boston and is a northern suburb of the city of Boston, which is located 20 miles to the south. Wikipedia | Zip codes 01810, 05544, 01812, 01899, 05501 ESSEX County, Massachusetts.

Georgetown

Georgetown is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 8,470 at the 2020 census. It was incorporated in 1838 from part of Rowley. Wikipedia | Zip codes 01833, 01834 | ESSEX County, Groveland, 01834 Massachusetts.

Plaistow NH

Plaistow is a town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 7,609 at the 2010 census. Wikipedia | Zip codes 03865.

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A Zoned Comfort Control system can be your solution if you have areas of your home with uneven temperatures or rooms that are cooler than others. Extreme Plumbing Heating & Air Cooling is here to help you and your family achieve comfort.

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