Smart thermostats are designed to reduce energy costs while keeping the temperature just right.
These genius devices don’t just look smart; they are built smart. Save on qualified models from popular brands like Nest and ecobee.Order thermostat
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○ Save energy and money
○ Control from anywhere
○ Track your energy use
What makes a smart thermostat so smart?
A smart thermostat makes automatic adjustments to boost comfort and savings. Some models can even use local weather information to make energy-saving temperature changes throughout the day.
A smart thermostat uses sensors to tell when you’re away, learning and adapting to your daily schedule.
You can control a smart thermostat from your phone, tablet or computer — in or outside your home.
How to Purchase your Thermostat
Energy Trust works with retailers to offer point-of-purchase discounts on smart thermostats as well as purchasing online and shipping straight to your door.
Check Compatibility Before Buying
Smart thermostats work with most heating systems, but not with zonal heating systems like baseboards and cadet heaters or ductless heat pumps.
ecobee Compatibility Checker
Google Nest Learning Compatibility Checker
Choose a Qualifying Thermostat
Pick your thermostat and answer a few questions to confirm your eligibility.
Did you already purchase your thermostat?
You can apply within 60 days of purchase to receive an incentive check in the mail. Be sure to include a copy of your receipt or invoice showing proof of purchase, and allow six to eight weeks for processing.
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Complete the installation and enjoy your energy savings.
Get step-by-step installation instruction and tips from Energy Trust and our partners.
Ready to get a smart thermostat for your home?
Questions? Call us at 1.866.368.7878.
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