Your thermostat controls half your energy bill - more than appliances, more than electronics. So shouldn’t it help you save energy?
The 3rd gen Nest Learning Thermostat does. It learns what temperature you like and builds a schedule around yours. Since 2011, the Nest Thermostat has saved over 4 billion kWh of energy in millions of homes worldwide.* And independent studies showed that it saved people an average of 10-12% on heating bills and 15% on cooling bills. So in under two years, it can pay for itself.
Pop off your old thermostat and install your new Nest. It should take about half an hour. Now turn up the temperature and get comfortable.
You turn down the heat on your way to bed. Nest takes note and starts building your schedule. Cozy in the afternoon, cool at night. Check.
A warm welcome.
After you turned up the heat a few days in a row, Nest learned you like eating breakfast at 70º. So now it warms up the house as you get out of bed.
It knows when you’re away.
You’re off to work. The Nest Thermostat turns itself to Auto-Away to save energy after you’re gone. It uses built-in sensors and even your phone’s location.
Wherever you go, you’re home.
The babysitter calls to say she picked up the kids from soccer and they’re heading home. You adjust the temperature from your phone so they’ll be cozy.
Follow the Leaf.
Change the temperature to save energy and you’ll be rewarded with a Leaf. The Leaf learns how to help you save, so it appears at different temperatures for different families.
See how much you saved.
Nest shows you how much energy you use every day in Energy History and every month in your Home Report. So you can see when you use more energy, like on weekends or Monday nights, and how to use less.
It lights up when you walk in the room.
Now the Nest Thermostat does something new. It’s called Farsight and it lights up to show you the temperature you’ve set or the time. You can even choose a digital or analog clock face. Farsight is big and bright on the beautiful display – you can see it from across the room.
Know your home is safe.
The Nest Thermostat is just one part of your heating and cooling system. But it can keep an eye on the rest of it. You’ll get an alert on your phone if there’s something wrong – like temperatures are so low your pipes could burst. And if it looks like your furnace is acting up, the Nest Thermostat will send you an alert. Learn more >
If you have a Nest Cam, it can automatically turn on alerts when you set your Nest Thermostat to Away. So when you go on vacation, your thermostat turns itself down, and Nest Cam turns itself on.
Your heating system could be a source of carbon monoxide leaks or it could spread smoke through your home in a fire. If there’s a carbon monoxide leak, Nest Protect can tell your Nest Thermostat to turn off the heat. If Nest Protect detects smoke, your Nest Thermostat can turn off the fan.
If your Nest Thermostat notices you’re away, it can tell Whirlpool to keep your clothes fresh and wrinkle-free. And if you're home, it can automatically switch to Quiet Mode. See what else works with Nest >
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