Thermostat

Regulate the air conditioning and heating system to keep it at just the right temperature. Explore our entire collection of competitively priced thermostats to find the one that best suits your needs. Have the option of choosing your heater off when you want to save some money with a double pole thermostat. We have a diverse collection from smart and programmable thermostats to basic temperature control options. Uncover the one that's right for your heating and cooling situation with HomElectrical.

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Control your heating and cooling systems with ease using a Smart thermostat, which may connect to WiFi or a Smart hub, including single and double pole as well as programmable options to help keep your home comfortable.
Find built-in thermostats, including single and double pole thermostat options as well as relays, available for select heaters.
Discover a selection of analog thermostats found at HomElectrical, including single and double pole options.

Digital Thermostat

Control a heater with a digital thermostat from HomElectrical’s selection of digital thermostats, including programmable or non-programmable, single or double pole, and even battery-operated options.
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What are Thermostats used for?

A thermostat is part of a control system that senses the temperature and maintains a desired set point.

  • The thermostat operates by switching heating and cooling devices on or off.
  • Regulates the flow of a heat transfer fluid as often as necessary to maintain the correct temperature.

What is a Programmable Thermostat and a Mechanical Thermostat used for?

There are two different types of thermostats, both with their own benefits. There are programmable or smart thermostats:

  • Features an automatic setback. This will start and stop the heating or cooling system of your thermostat at least twice in a 24 hour period.
  • Smart thermostats allow you to change the temperature in your house wirelessly.
  • They can also save you money in the long run.

Mechanical thermostats are the other type of thermostats you can buy. These thermostats are non-programmable, meaning you have to set the temperatures yourself.

  • Mechanical times are usually set for 60 minute increments for safe and effective temperature control.
  • Temperature control at your finger tips with a simple turn of the mechanical wall timer.

What is Forced-Air Heating Technology?

This type of heating system uses a furnace or heat pump to warm the air and releases it through ductwork and vents. Cold air is pulled into the system where it is filtered and heated. The filter gets rid of any allergens and dust that could be brought in with the air. It is the only energy efficient heating system that is able to combine heating and cooling.

What is the difference between Single Pole and Double Pole?

  • Single Pole – when this thermostat is turned all the way to the left and the temperature fall below that designated temperature, generally around 45 degrees Fahrenheit, the thermostat will turn on the heater. On the back they have two wires.
  • Double Pole – has a true off feature that will not turn on the heater when the temperature falls. It has four wires on its back.

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