89% of programmable thermostats waste energy—about $173 a year, on average. They’re so complicated that most people don’t bother to program them.What if you did?
All you need to do is change the temperature for a few days to teach Nest. After that Nest Sense™ learns about you and your home and starts activating features to save you more energy.
Almost all thermostats are made for forced-air systems, but not all systems are forced air. With System Match, Nest activates custom energy-saving features depending on the system you have.
True Radiant is a Nest exclusive that gives you a predictable schedule and even heat. No more frustrating guessing about what temperature to set when.Learn more
Nest’s exclusive Heat Pump Balance feature optimizes how often you need to use expensive auxiliary heat. Just choose whether you want more comfort or more savings, and Heat Pump Balance will automatically adjust when AUX comes on.Learn more
Nest keeps track of how long your system has been on and lets you know when your filter needs changing. A dirty filter can cost you 5% more on your heating and cooling bills.Learn more
We looked at a year of data and created three families to illustrate how Nest can help save energy. Like 89% of households, our families rarely or never programmed their previous thermostats. Here’s how they could use Nest to save.
They have a 3,000 sq.ft. house in Chicago and two kids.
Nest learned from the efficient temperatures Johnny and Kate set—like 66°F/19°C at night in winter—and programmed itself to help them save. Before Nest, Johnny and Kate just left the house at 70°F/21°C year round.
Johnny avoids turning on the AC, but Airwave still helps them save on hot afternoons.
This family doesn't have a regular schedule, so they rely on Auto-Away. Kate sets their Away temperatures to 62°F/16°C in the winter and 82°F/28°C in the summer to save energy.
They’re newlyweds in Seattle with a 1,500 sq.ft. condo and no AC.
Angelina used to keep the house at 70°F/21°C all winter. After they got Nest, she started changing the temperature to 65°F/18°C when they were at work or asleep. Now they save energy while their dog stays comfortable.
There’s a lot of dog hair in the house, so Angelina and Dillon make sure to change the filter every time Nest reminds them.
Nest automatically activated Heat Pump Balance in their home, so Dillon moved it from Max Comfort to Max Savings to help them save.
They’re retired in Phoenix in a 2,000 sq.ft. home. Their grandkids often come over in the afternoons.
Considering how much AC Tina and Joe need in Phoenix in the summer, Airwave has made a big difference in their bill.
A couple times a week Tina and Joe go golfing. In the summer they set their Away temp to 79°F/26°C and in the winter to 62°F/16°C to save energy while they're gone.
This summer, Joe looked for the Nest Leaf and turned the temp up to 75°F/25°C instead of their usual 73°F/23°C. Auto-Schedule learned the habit and helps them save.
Every month Nest will send you an Energy Report. See how long your system has been running each day and get tips to save more. Learn more
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Nest will do everything it can to lower your energy bill, but your choices can make the biggest difference. Watch this video to see how you can save even more.Play video ►
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