Programmable Room Stats
When it comes to ensuring that the home is at a comfortable temperature, regardless as to what the weather is doing, an effective central heating system with easy to use and understand controls is vital. Advances in technology have introduced control systems such as the wireless thermostat and receiver, allowing the temperature to be read in different locations around the house, with the boiler being fired if needed to give the temperature a boost. These systems have helped to make homes across the country more responsive to weather conditions. Adaptability and ease of control are the most important areas to consider when purchasing a new thermostat or control panel, selecting the right product gives you ultimate flexibility of control across the home. The traditional programmable thermostat still has a place in today's world, giving you the ability to set times when the central heating should operate and switch off, also allowing you to run the heating for a short time each day in the summer to keep the boiler ticking over. An RF thermostat uses radio waves to communicate with the control panel of your boiler, working even if your home wireless system is down for any reason, whilst a wireless thermostat provides the flexibility that being connected to the internet offers.