Your thermostat is the critical control center for your home’s HVAC system. It can help you battle all the challenges of the Ocala, Florida, climate, from high temperatures and damp air to year-round pollen problems. Your thermostat does far more than maintain your home’s temperature. Consider some of the innovative controls that a modern thermostat can offer.

Manage Humidity

Today’s thermostats go above and beyond managing your temperature settings. You can also use your thermostat to address home comfort issues like humidity levels in the house. In the hot, damp Floridian climate, this is a prime concern. Lowering humidity in the home can instantly make the space feel cooler, creating a more comfortable feeling throughout your home.

Offer Maintenance Reminders

Keeping up with maintenance is critical for the longevity and efficiency of your HVAC system. If you have a tendency to forget about these regular tasks, an upgraded thermostat could offer the answer. The Cor Wifi thermostat offers maintenance reminders on either a fixed schedule or based on your system’s runtime, so you can customize your service reminders to suit your personal preferences. You can set reminders for your filter, humidifier pad, and UV lamp so you never forget about a thing.

Address Air Quality

Your indoor air quality hinges on a complex set of factors. Poor ventilation will keep stale air in the house, causing indoor pollutant levels to rise. If your humidity is too high, you may suffer from issues with microbial growth. A dirty air filter won’t clean your air properly as it passes through the system. Fortunately, your thermostat can help you address all these issues. The Infinity Touch helps you remember filter replacements, monitor ventilation, and more for clean, healthy air.

If you’re interested in upgrading your air conditioning system with a new thermostat, contact Senica Air Conditioning to learn more about your options. Give us a call at 866-881-5935. We’ll help you find the perfect thermostat for your home comfort needs.

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