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Why an internet based Nest thermostat has cut my utility bills in half?
If you don't watch your heating and cooling costs you could end up holding the bill...literally.
Whether you have kids, roommates or if you you are tenant and some times unbeknownst to you the heating or cooling is running even then you are not home.

I had a similar situation. So I invested in a Nest thermostat. I found a youtube video on how to connect the wires. Initially I was frightened. The reason I was frightened was because electricity frightens me. Then I found out that the electricity to the thermostat is low voltage.

With that piece of encouraging information I got a Nest Thermostat and I couldn't believe how easy it was for me to install it. I downloaded the Nest app on my phone and went through the steps to connect the Nest thermostat to my wireless router.

With an hour or two I was up and running. Nest allows me to monitor my heating and cooling and control my utility bills. It has reports that show me usage. It intelligently manages temperature settings and shuts the heating or cooling when no one is at home. It learns when I am coming home and turns on the cooling or heating. I also like the fan feature which blows air taking advantage of the cooling coils to efficiently cool the house.  My opinion is that it is a necessity not a luxury.

The Nest thermostat has cut my cooling and heating costs by over 50% compared to previous years seasons.

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