In a couple months, leaves will start to drop and so will the temperature. Get ahead of the Fall season and read how switching out your old thermostat with a new, smart thermostat can benefit you. We offer competitive pricing versus other products you can buy over the shelf. We even install it for you at no additional charge. You can save hundreds of dollars a year from simply upgrading your system. Connected to every device and activity sensor in your smart home security system,
and powered by Alarm.com’s cloud intelligence
, it knows more, understands more and can do more to save energy and keep you comfortable. Here are four ways you can use it
Save Energy Without Trying
With real-time information from all around your house, an Alarm.com Smart Thermostat sees more opportunities to save energy.
It can save energy automatically when no one’s home, based on your security system’s arming status. It can also use Geo-Services
to save energy when you go to work, and make things comfortable when you’re on your way home again. On hot days, it knows the temperature outside and can turn itself down slightly
to save you some money. It can even minimize waste when your kids leave doors and windows open.
Enjoy Room-By-Room Precision Comfort
Control Things Without A Lifting Finger
With an Amazon Echo
or Google Home
device connected to your system, your Alarm.com Smart Thermostat responds to your voice. You can “ask Alarm.com” to adjust to a precise temperature, or simply ask to turn the temperature up or down for a 2° change in either direction.
For extra convenience, you can include your thermostat in Alarm.com’s customizable, multi-device Scene commands, which you can activate with Amazon Echo
or your Alarm.com app.
Protect Your Home From Cold-Weather Catastrophes
Want to upgrade your HVAC system with our smarter thermostat? Getting an Alarm.com Smart Thermostat with temperature sensors is easy. Just call us at (901)755-1800 and Frase can help you make the upgrade. Don’t forget to ask us other useful additions like smart locks
and an Alarm.com doorbell camera