The Amazing Nest Learning Thermostat

Do you take your thermostat for granted? Most did until it was revealed that the thermostat controls about 50 percent of the energy bill. That sounds almost unbelievable, right? How could the little sunglasses box play such an important role in how much we pay the utility company each month? A traditional thermostat wastes a lot of energy cooling and heating your home when no one is there. Nest Learning Thermostat was introduced in late 2011 and was and still is extremely popular due to its easy installation and modern design. One of the designers of the very successful iPod and iPhone decided to work on a thermostat that became known as the Nest Thermostat.

Nest Learning Thermostat is designed for learning. Once installed and running, you can turn it up when you are at home and turn it down when you walk. In just a few days, the nest will have learned your schedule. If you have to leave the house unexpectedly, the Auto-Away function automatically rejects the thermostat for you. A nest leaf icon appears on the display if you save energy. If you only change the temperature by one degree, you can save up to five percent on your energy costs. The page view can point you in the right direction. Once the nest has learned your schedule, a temperature change will not affect it. But if you change the temperature several days in a row, the thermostat will learn a new schedule.

The Nest thermostat can be controlled from a smartphone, tablet or laptop. First, connect Nest to your home network and then download the free mobile app from Android Market or the Apple App Store. Once you have started the application, you can log in with your Nest account. Once you have paired the thermostat with your nest account, you will see icons for a house and a thermostat. You now have full remote control over your cooling and heating system. If you have two or more homes with two or more nest thermostat e installation in your account, you will see icons for all of them. Now in the winter you can wake up to a warm house because the nest took care of the heat while you slept. There are other environmental adjustments the nest can make to keep you comfortable 24/7 while saving you money on utilities.