Your thermostat allows you to operate your cooling and heating system at the temperature and settings you desire. By choosing a temperature setting and an operational mode, you control the indoor air in your home. Once the system mode is chosen, the equipment will heat or cool your environment. The fan will blow the conditioned air into the ventilation system and rooms of your house.
Here are the operational settings most manufacturers include when building a thermostat. Are you using the right one, or do you need to make some changes?
Thermostat Is Set to ON
In the ON position, the system fan will run continuously once the desired temperature has been reached. The heating or cooling process will stop, but the fan will keep blowing air through the ducts. This setting increases energy use because the unit operates continually.
Thermostat Is Set to AUTO
In AUTO mode, the fan and the heating and cooling process shut off when the requested temperature is attained. AUTO is the best mode for energy savings because it periodically turns the system completely off and on as needed.
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Thermostat Is Set to FAN
The FAN ONLY or FAN setting is perfect for days when all you want to do is stir the air. The fan or blower creates air movement for you without affecting the temperature.
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