Is this smart thermostat smart? App is annoying

No matter how many air temperature changes I make on the iphone application, the HVAC system never responds

Sometimes it seems like people are way too enthusiastic about new technology before they really have a chance to test the utility of the gadget in question. Folks are always running to the store and buying us all of the fanciest new devices that are available today. However, a few months later they probably will not be as impressed with the functionality and efficiency of the technology that they fawned over originally. This has recently been my experience, too, with my heating, cooling, and ventilation system. To be more specific, this has been my experience with the temperature control device that is supposed to manage my heating, cooling, and ventilation system. My forced air furnace and air conditioning unit have always worked just fine. However, my central heating and cooling control unit has been a rudimentary and outdated thermostat since I moved into this house. The analog temperature control device never allowed for accurate or precise temperature management throughout the house. I also noticed that my energy bills were extremely high from consistently running the indoor air temperature control plan with zero regard for the number of people in the house. I wanted to be able to change my indoor air temperature and air quality from anywhere, depending on the actual need for heating and cooling in my property. That’s when I had a smart thermostat installed. The problem? The app that is supposed to control my new thermostat doesn’t do a thing. No matter how many air temperature changes I make on the iphone application, the HVAC system never responds. Now I have no air temperature control. Since investing in this new technology I have actually been less financially stable and more annoyed than ever.

 

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