Saving energy with less control equipment touching

I suppose technology is so interesting.

There’s consistently a modern way to do things better than before, and occasionally that “thing” is your own behaviors.

Now, technology points them out for you, but you guess how they have that app for your PC, that tracks your incessant screen tracking? It’s meant to help people with productivity by aggravating them from opening and closing their PCs out of habit. It encourages you to be less reliant on your digital fidgeting. I have been thinking, it would be a fine method to do something similar with smart control units. If you are anything like me, you are a bit obsessed with indoor comfort. If I’m at home, I’m going to be comfortable. Rather than trying to modify my internal temperature with sweatshirts or clothing fluctuations, I tend to obsess over my control equipment setting this. I will mindlessly stand up and walk down the hallway to check on the indoor air temperature control so several times throughout the afternoon, my awful Heating, Ventilation and A/C system must be confused. I guess that it’s a awful habit that I have, even though I haven’t found a way to make myself more mindful about my control equipment adjustments. I have tried everything I could suppose of, even though I undoubtedly need a hand from the manufacturers of our smart control units. If they could have come up with a tracking app that tells you how several times you changed the indoor air temperature settings, that would be undoubtedly helpful. I suppose I would be shocked to guess how reliant I am on fidgeting with my central control equipment settings, but my furnace and a/c would benefit from gathering this information.

 

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