New Thermostats Promise Lower Utility Bills
A California company is joining forces with Oncor to roll out a new interactive thermostat that promises a reduction in utility costs. John Steinberg with EcoFactor tells KRLD for 19.99 for the first six months and 8.99 per month after that, they’ll install a 2-way thermostat system that learns from your heating and cooling habits.
Steinberg says the average homeowner could save between $200 and $300 a year with the system. Although it’s hooked up to a network, Steinberg says homeowners will still have complete control of their thermostats.