The 4 Best Smart Thermostats (2022 Update)

Smart thermostats are worth the upgrade because you can program the temperature settings and it can save you money.

1. Nest Learning Thermostat

Nest Learning Thermostat.
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Google’s Nest Learning Thermostat connects to Wi-Fi and allows you to control it from anywhere by using the app.

It’s programmable, so the Nest Thermostat will learn the temperatures you like and your schedule to save you money on your energy bill and keep you comfortable. It’s also the first Energy Star certified thermostat.

Additionally, it offers HVAC monitoring and will notify you if something is out of the ordinary. You’ll also get a reminder when it’s time for maintenance, such as changing your air filter.

2. ecobee SmartThermostat

ecobee thermostat with a sensor next to it.
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The ecobee SmartThermostat is an excellent choice because it’s programmable and has Alexa Built-In for calls, music, and voice control.

It also comes with SmartSensor, which you can place anywhere. SmartSensor adjusts the temperature based on occupancy and balances your home.

If you’re looking for something that integrates with most of the smart home systems, ecobee SmartThermostat is the one. It works with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, Samsung SmartThings, and If This Then That.

3. Honeywell Lyric T5

Honeywell smart thermostat.
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Honeywell’s Lyric T5 is known as the budget smart thermostat. Although it may cost less than the other ones, it still works great, and it’s Energy Star certified.

One of the best features is the geofencing technology, which keeps track of your smartphone’s location to adjust the temperature of your home when you’re on the way.

It does require a C wire to connect to the C terminal, otherwise, it won’t work.

4. Mysa Smart Thermostat

White Mysa smart thermostat.
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Mysa’s smart thermostat works with electric baseboards and electric fan-forced heaters. Not only will it save you energy, but also looks minimal, stylish, and modern.

It’s also important to note that it’s rated for controlling electric heating systems up to 3,800 watts and requires four or more wires.

Being one of the only smart thermostats that are built for line voltage electric heat, it’s a great one to have.

Conclusion

Smart thermostats will save you money on your energy bill, modernize your home, control the temperature to make you comfortable, and most have the ability to integrate with other systems. Upgrading to a smart thermostat is an excellent choice.

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