Company Installs Energy-Saving Smart Thermostats
January 12, 2013 --
Prince William, Virginia (PRWEB) January 12, 2013
Nestall, a Virginia-based company, will offer professionally installed Nest Learning Thermostat systems for homes and businesses across the Washington, DC, region. Developed by Nest Labs, the smart thermostat offers features like remote management by computer, tablet, or smartphone, and the ability to learn your schedule and program itself to save energy.
The Nest thermostat was designed to save homeowners money on energy costs by learning their heating and cooling habits and programming itself to reduce consumption during periods where the occupants may be away or asleep. Homeowners can tweak the schedule created by Nest to achieve a balance between being comfortable and saving money.
Nestalls services include provisioning and installation of a latest-generation Nest Learning Thermostat, configuration of the unit, connection to a wireless network, and integration with a computer, tablet, or smartphone. Nestall will also test the operation of the new thermostat with customer's heating and cooling systems.
Nestalls technicians are A+ Certified by the Computing Technology Industry Association as experts in personal computer hardware and software configuration and maintenance.
According to the creator of the Nest thermostat, Nest Labs, when properly configured the device could save homeowners up to 20% on their annual energy costs. Some users on the Nest Labs Facebook page have claimed higher savings.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment for an installation, contact Nestall through their website, http://nestall.com.
Nestall is a professional home-networking company with focus on implementation of the Nest Learning Thermostat. Nestall is an independent technology services firm, and is not affiliated with Nest Labs.
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