Shop smart. Choose a Wi-Fi thermostat and save with our instant discounts.

April 24, 2018

We’ve all dreamed of the future where the coffee machine turns on as soon as you shut off your alarm, groceries are automatically ordered as your fridge becomes empty, and your favorite song plays when you walk through the door after coming home from work.


These dreams are now a reality thanks to Wi-Fi-enabled smart home products that make our lives convenient, cozy, and even less costly. Wi-Fi thermostats can do all three, and for that reason they are some of the most sought after smart home products.


According to research from UC Davis, the majority of people haven’t programmed their thermostat. Most people manually adjust the temperature, often forgetting to adjust the temperature when they go to work, which can waste energy all day on heating or cooling that’s not even being used.


Wi-Fi thermostats offer an intuitive way to program the ideal temperatures for your home. They can be controlled by an app on your phone or through your home’s voice assistant if you have one (Amazon Alexa or Google Home, for example), while some even adjust automatically based on your schedule and/or the current weather conditions.


Easy to use means it’s easy to save on energy as much as $180 annuallyas you dial up the comfort while you’re at home and cut back on heating and cooling when you’re not.


Embrace the future with a Wi-Fi thermostat, now more affordable with instant savings in our online shop, courtesy of the Sponsors of Mass Save®. Save up to $125 on certain models today. Start shopping for your new Wi-Fi thermostat now.

Electronics Home Energy Savings
Share
Personalized Energy Saving Solutions

MyEnergy provides customized content based on your location and energy needs.

START NOW

You May Also Like

February 19, 2019 RESIDENTIAL BLOG
“R” you properly insulated? The numbers you should know.

A well-insulated home keeps you comfortable in both summer’s heat and winter’s cold. It also keeps your heating and cooling equipment from working overtime, which translates to energy savings.

January 25, 2019 RESIDENTIAL BLOG
Pump Up the Savings with a Heat Pump Water Heater

If you have an electric hot water heater and it is 10 years or older, it’s likely costing you money in wasted energy, and it’s time to replace it.