The iComfort S30, Lennox’s top-of-the-line model, is the smart thermostat that expertly adheres to your customers’ busy schedules. Creative features like Smart Away mode and Schedule IQ technology will adapt to their routines and automatically change the temperature settings when a person leaves or arrives in the home, while advanced alerts and performance reports use smart diagnostics to monitor all system components. In addition, the iComfort S30 has remote diagnostic capabilities that can potentially allow your local HVAC company to solve your heating or cooling problems without them having to make a house call.
The iComfort Wi-Fi smart thermostat, where technology meets accessibility, features an efficient touchscreen interface that puts comfort control right at your fingertips. Similarly to the iComfort S30, this smart thermostat can be controlled from anywhere. For example, smartphones, tablets, and other web-enabled devices can program the thermostat from afar and change settings. This thermostat is only compatible with premium Lennox equipment and it offers complete control over the humidity levels and temperature in a home. The Precise Comfort Plus feature keeps the indoor temperature within 0.5° or better, so what is seen on the screen should be the same as what you’re feeling at home.
iComfort Wi-Fi Flex
This thermostat was created to work with Lennox non-communicating equipment along with most other brands of cooling and heating equipment. The iComfort Wi-Fi Flex has almost all the same comfort, convenience, energy-savings, and performance features, which makes it possible to have complete control over standard HVAC equipment. For people who still want the control and convenience of a smart thermostat, but aren’t quite ready to replace their existing systems, this is a great option.
Summer is here and it’s only going to get hotter, but you can beat the heat with just a few of these home energy saving tips. You can keep the heat outside where it belongs and enjoy the comfort of your own home. This can all happen without breaking the bank, also!
Weatherproof your windows
Cracks may have developed around the area where window and walls meet, if you have older windows in your home.
See if adding spray foam or caulking to block hot air from coming in and cold air from leaking out will help. You might also consider applying clear insulating film to your windows, because while it’s more popular in wintertime, it does a fine job of keeping your home comfortable in summer too. The only problem with adding clear insulating film is you can’t easily open your windows.
Weatherproof your doors
Fortify your home against summer’s assault and keep the heat away. In simpler terms, weatherproof.
Weatherstripping comes first
Vinyl or rubber weatherstripping on door jambs is an economical way to make your home more resistant to outside hot or cold air and retain the temperature your HVAC system has created. Weatherstripping is usually easy to apply and self-adhesive. Plus it creates a barrier that seals your doors when they’re closed. …Try weatherstripping also on the tops and sides of doors.
Door sweeps protect against floor-level gusts of air
Contemplate adding a door sweep if your doors are leaking air along the bottom. The door sweep along the bottom creates a seal to keep weather away when the door is closed, but won’t impede opening and closing.
Draft guards block air leaks that even door sweeps can’t protect against
Think about using a movable draft guard if your door sweep can’t even protect against the air leakage.
Get an air conditioning or heat pump check-up
A heat pump or air-conditioner check-up can pay itself off instantly by giving you peace of mind, and by keeping you comfortable and energy efficient. To schedule a summer tune-up that includes indoor and outdoor coil cleaning, an air filtration check, a freon (refrigerant) check and a few more other things that help your air conditioner not work as hard, give us a call at 402-362-5702.
Get a home energy audit
Contemplate requesting a home energy audit from your local HVAC or utility company to find some unexpected ways to save energy and keep cool. For a home energy audit, an inspector will come to your home and check many of the most common areas where energy is lost and give you advice on how to stop it from happening. The advice of your home energy audit professional can often result in savings of 5-30% on energy costs, if executed properly.
Maybe a new air-conditioning system is in order
Older systems can be inefficient and cost you more and more money each month on your utility bills. No matter how much you weatherproof, insulate and prepare, it won’t make much difference if your air conditioner is over 15 years old. Even on the hottest Summer days of the year, you may be surprised to see how much money newer technology can save you. Check out our Energy Savings Calculator to see how much a new unit could save you.