Honeywell UAE attracts customers toward Honeywell solutions. It develops and integrates highly complex industries like aerospace, buildings, oil and gas, safety and smart energy within Honeywell Technologies. Abusaeed Trading Company provides supply solutions that meet the evolving needs of customers. We are an authorized Honeywell UAE Distributor of a wide range of components, equipments, spares and tools for the industry.

Honeywell Home thermostats help to save on energy costs. By distributing a range of thermostats, our customers can get these from us at most affordable costs. Comprehending the changing needs of our customers we are engrossed in distributing from smart WiFi thermostats with room sensors and humidification control, to programmable and non-progammable thermostats. Honeywell Home products meet a variety of needs.

What is the purpose of the thermostat?

A thermostat exerts control by switching heating or cooling devices on or off, or by regulating the flow of a heat transfer fluid as needed, to maintain the correct temperature.

How to set your Honeywell thermostat?

Here are a few handy tips for how to use your thermostat.

Thermostat needs to be located in an area of the home with a fresh flow of air. If you place it in particularly sunny area or behind a curtain, it won’t be able to sense the temperature accurately.

While starting, set it to the lowest temperature that you find comfortable. For most people, this will between 18 to 21-degree range.

While it may be tempting to turn up the thermostat on cold days, this isn’t necessary. The idea behind a thermostat is that it will react to the colder weather and make sure the heating is kept on long enough to warm up the house to the set point of your choosing. However, because it can take longer to warm up a house on a chilly day, you could program the heating to switch on earlier.

Programmable thermostats have both time and temperature settings. So you can regulate the temperature at different periods of the day. This allows to you save energy by turning off the heating when you’re at work, yet still return home to a warm house later in the day. You’ll need to take the warm-up and cool-down times into account when programming your thermostat.

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