Nest has recently released its new thermostat option, “E”. The E packs all the power and intelligence that we have come to expect from Nest thermostats, with some important design and feature changes.
Smart thermostats are a great way to increase efficiency in your home, lowering your heating and cooling bills, while also reducing wasted energy. If you’re going to make the investment into this type of technology, it is important that you take advantage of all the features offered by the Nest Thermostat E. We highlight some of our favourites and some key differences from other Nest options in this week’s Feature Friday.
Design and Components
The Nest Thermostat E features the same distinctive round design that customers have loved about previous versions of Nest Thermostats, with white polycarbonate in place of the stainless steel of other iterations. The screen is easy to read and features a frosted display to easily blend into your home decor.
Compatibility For Ease of Use
This smart thermostat learns the rhythm of your home, managing heat and cool settings to maximize comfort while minimizing energy use. The Nest has the ability to learn your schedule in order to help reduce energy use while you’re away. It can even sense whether you’re home or not through your phone’s location and adjust temperature appropriately.
In addition to this automation, the Nest E also is accessible through the Nest mobile app for Android and iPhone, allowing you to control the temperature from anywhere. It is also compatible with Amazon’s Alexa speakers and the Google home system.
The Nest E features six wire terminals and is compatible with most HVAC systems. It sets up as little as 30 minutes. Its user-friendly interface allows you to establish a simple heating and cooling schedule in minutes.
Nest thermostats often pay for themselves through energy efficiency in just two years, and the E is no different, with lower bills making ownership that much sweeter. And now this is your chance to win one for free and start seeing those savings now.