5 Best Smart Home Thermostats for 2020

Heating and cooling your home accounts for nearly half of the average home’s utility bills, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Smart thermostats do more than manage your home’s heating and cooling. These app-enabled smart home devices make it possible to adjust your thermostat from your phone.

A programmable thermostat can help reduce those costs by turning your HVAC system on when you anticipate being home, and off when you don’t think you’ll need indoor climate control. A smart thermostat goes far beyond relying on a simple schedule.

We’re going to evaluate smart thermostats that can help you find the right one for your home.

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5 Best smart home thermostats:

 

1.Google Nest Learning Thermostat

A thinner, sleeker design. A bigger, sharper display. The 3rd generation nest learning thermostat is more beautiful than ever. With far sight, it lights up when it sees you coming and shows you the time or temperature from across the room. And the nest thermostat is proven to save energy. That’s the most beautiful part, Works with Alexa.

Your thermostat controls half your energy bill – more than appliances, more than electronics. So shouldn’t it help you save energy
Pop off your old thermostat and install your new nest. It should take about half an hour. Now turn up the temperature and comfortable
You turn down the heat on your way to bed. Nest takes Note and starts building your schedule. Cozy in the afternoon, cool at night.

Google Nest Learning Thermostat – 3rd Generation – Smart Thermostat – Pro Version – Works With Alexa

2. ecobee4 Smart Thermostat

A smart thermostat connects to your home’s wireless network and can be controlled remotely from other connected devices. This means that you can adjust the settings using your smartphone, an iPad, a voice assistant, or a computer. As a wheelchair user, it gives me the ability to control the thermostat and spares our walls damage from reckless driving.

WiFi thermostats offer benefits for those with visual impairments as well. Many thermostats, like ecobee, have large digital displays that are designed to be seen from a distance, which is nice for anyone with low vision. You can even connect the thermostat to a voice assistant like Amazon’s Alexa or Google Assistant, and adjust the settings by voice so you don’t have to be able to see at all!

ecobee4 Smart Thermostat with Built-In Alexa, Room Sensor Included

3. ecobee3 Smarter Wi-Fi Thermostat

Ordinary thermostats only read the temperature in one room, but are supposed to deliver comfort in all rooms. Ecobee3 remote sensors deliver the right temperature in the rooms that matter most. Now homekit enabled. Ecobee3 sensors know which rooms are occupied to deliver the right temperature in the right places. And they know whether someone’s home to help you save energy and money when you’re away. Ecobee3 comes with 1 free remote sensor that measures temperature and occupancy. You can have up to 32 sensors. The more you add, the smarter your Ecobee3 becomes at delivering comfort where it matters and savings where it counts.

ecobee3 Smarter Wi-Fi Thermostat with Remote Sensor, 2nd Generation

4. De’Longhi 4-in-1

Create your ideal comfort zone at home from anywhere with PAC EL276HGRFK De’Longhi Pinguino Smart with Wi-Fi Connection and Smart Speaker Compatible Portable Air Conditioner — a powerful 4-in-1 connected unit, designed for rooms up to 500 square feet. Simply download and connect the De’Longhi App to your smart phone or tablet. You can create your ideal settings by choosing temperature, setting schedules, fan speeds and modes. While home, you can use simple voice commands with your smart speakers (Google Assistant and Alexa) to modify your settings. The De’Longhi Pinguino Smart with Wi-Fi and Smart Speaker compatibility is the smartest way to stay cool.

De’Longhi 4-in-1 Portable Air Conditioner, Dehumidifier, Heater & Fan + WiFi, Works w/ Alexa & Google Home, Remote…

5. Emerson Sensi Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat

Designed to work with the wires you already have, Sensi thermostat does not require a common wire (c-wire) for most installations, so it is compatible with the HVAC equipment in many homes*** in U.S. & Canada. A c-wire is required for heat-only, cool-only and heat pump (without aux) systems, and for use with Apple HomeKit. Check to make sure it will work for you at sensi.emerson.com/compatibility .

The intuitive app walks you through each step of installation with custom configured instructions, removing all the frustration and guesswork from the installation process, so you can be up and running in no time, no experience required.

Emerson Sensi Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat for Smart Home, Pro Version, Works with Alexa, Energy Star Certified

 

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All of these things determine a smart thermostat’s overall score and how likely I am to recommend it.