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The premise is essentially that you let your thermostat control when your AC / heat is on per a schedule (or occupancy sensor) rather than having to manually adjust it and possibly forgetting.

Your last question is a common misunderstanding, but that is not the case. This used to be marginally true, but technology quickly outpaced the energy cost to get to temperature. I hate to say always because I really don't know every setup, but the extreme majority of the time in typical situations, you are much better off turning the system off than letting it run all day. There are more complex nuances to the answer, but that is the gist of it.
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Use the following website to see if you are eligible for rebates.

yourhome.honeywell.com/rebates
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I have one and I'm happy with it. It works well and never had an issue with it.

Yet, it is important to note that this thermostat lacks the auto mode. You can either operate it as a heater or cooling unit. If you live in one of the places where it gets cold at night and hot in the morning/afternoon, then you have to manually switch between the cooling and heating functions. It will not take the range of temperature that you schedule in order to switch between the two modes.

Edit: Thanks to all that pointed out the auto-switch capability of this thermostat. The option is burried within the advanced settings and I was able to activate it. Perfect thermostat : )
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This should qualify for rebates with a lot of utilities
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my utility company only gives rebate on Nest or Ecobee3
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Use the following website to see if you are eligible for rebates.

yourhome.honeywell.com/rebates
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Use the following website to see if you are eligible for rebates.

yourhome.honeywell.com/rebates
Thanks but none =[

"We're sorry there currently are no rebates available in this ZIP/Postal code."
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Are these easy install? We are closing on our first home in a few weeks and I wanted to get one of these beforehand
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Is this better than Sensi?
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Easy as any other thermostat. I installed 3 in my house and it was my first time with thermostats. Just learn what each wire goes to and make sure when you're hooking it up you turn off the power to the thermostat/ac. I blew a fuse on the second one I installed because I was messing around with it without turning off the power. Wires touched apparently. Not a big deal though... YouTube the install
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I bought a Nest for the house I've been renting and have seen some significant drops in my power bills since installing it; however, we are about to close on our new house, and it has geothermal. I've read bad things about using Nest with these systems. Would this be better?
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I bought a Nest for the house I've been renting and have seen some significant drops in my power bills since installing it; however, we are about to close on our new house, and it has geothermal. I've read bad things about using Nest with these systems. Would this be better?
can someone give a comment n how something like this or a nest reduces power usage? don't all thermostats work on the same basic premise? and isn't it better for power usage to keep a constant temp than raising and lowering it all the time?
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I bought a Nest for the house I've been renting and have seen some significant drops in my power bills since installing it; however, we are about to close on our new house, and it has geothermal. I've read bad things about using Nest with these systems. Would this be better?
Be really careful what thermostat you buy for a geothermal. You need one with 8 wires if it's a new ish system with a two stage compressor. Emerson and Bosch were the only two brands I could find that would work. Plus with a Geo you don't want to be changing the temp alot. Just set it and let it run when it needs to.
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can someone give a comment n how something like this or a nest reduces power usage? don't all thermostats work on the same basic premise? and isn't it better for power usage to keep a constant temp than raising and lowering it all the time?
The premise is essentially that you let your thermostat control when your AC / heat is on per a schedule (or occupancy sensor) rather than having to manually adjust it and possibly forgetting.

Your last question is a common misunderstanding, but that is not the case. This used to be marginally true, but technology quickly outpaced the energy cost to get to temperature. I hate to say always because I really don't know every setup, but the extreme majority of the time in typical situations, you are much better off turning the system off than letting it run all day. There are more complex nuances to the answer, but that is the gist of it.
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I bought a Nest for the house I've been renting and have seen some significant drops in my power bills since installing it; however, we are about to close on our new house, and it has geothermal. I've read bad things about using Nest with these systems. Would this be better?
GeoThermal That is sweet man, what part of the country/City you in?
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