How a Smart Climate Control System Enhances Your Comfort and Wellbeing


Automated Environmental Controls Keep Uniform Temperature While Reducing Humidity and Saving Energy

One of the benefits of living in a smart home is having the luxury of comfort and convenience. Temperature and humidity are two of the most significant factors in feeling comfortable in your home. A well-regulated home environment can also make a considerable influence on mood and wellbeing.

A climate control system connected to automation saves energy, helps you sleep better, and brings balance to your circadian cycles. Through sensors and programming, your home can manage itself, automatically adjusting as the day progresses to provide you with consistent comfort.

Are you ready to see how a smart climate control ecosystem can enhance your Lafayette, LA home? Read below to find out more.

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Goldilocks Zone

Your house does not heat or cool uniformly. Different materials retain heat differently, and sunlight does not affect all homes in the same way.  Parts of the house with a southern exposure receive more sunlight for a longer time, especially in the winter months. Using only a single sensor or reading to manage temperature and humidity results in uneven application of the HVAC system. In this scenario, individual rooms may be too hot or too cold, never just right.

A smart thermostat, connected to a network of sensors, takes note of the conditions in each zone or group of rooms and applies changes only to those in need. In addition, a multistage-based system with a schedule adjusts to maximize comfort while minimizing energy usage. Climate control is not just about temperature; humidity can also have notable effects on our mood and congeniality. Air purification systems keep your home at the optimal setting of 30-60 percent humidity. The process also has the added benefit of reducing allergens such as mold, pollen, and dust, making it easier to breathe.

Not Just Thermostats

The modern home utilizes a lot of windows to harvest the light and heat the sun produces. While architects and designers incorporate daylighting for aesthetics and natural illumination, sometimes you can get too much light . Managing the balance between natural light and the stress on your environmental system is helped by window treatments. Motorized shades give you the ability to control the amount of light and heat coming into your home. The UV-resistant fabrics keep the cool air in while lessening the need to run air conditioning.

Create Comfort Now

Summer is fast approaching, and there is no better time to automate your climate control. Whether you are in the next room or halfway around the world, you can ensure that your home remains efficient and comfortable. Are you ready to beat the Louisiana heat?

Call us at 337-268-9753 or fill out our Contact Form for a no-obligation consultation with our team. We look forward to working with you!

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