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Thermostat Settings

Setback Thermostats

All setback thermostats will automatically start and stop your heating or cooling system at least twice over a 24-hour period.

Here’s the typical way to operate your automatic thermostat properly in the winter:

  • Program it to lower the temperature at night after you’ve gone to bed.
  • Have it start the heating system again in the morning, raising the temperature just before you get up.
  • Let it shut off the system again during the day if no one is home.
  • Set it to start up just before you return home in the evening. You’ll use less energy than if you run your system all day long.

For winter operation, consider setting the thermostat to 55 degrees at night when you sleep and at 68 degrees when you’re home. ( It is not generally recommended to set the temperature below 50 degrees, because indoor water pipes may freeze.)

For summer operation, set the temperature to 78 degrees when you’re home and at 85 degrees or higher when the house is unoccupied. In the summer season, you might need to program your thermostat to cool only for one period of the day, such as the late afternoon and evening hours, when the family returns home.

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