Posted by: Valley Services HVAC | December 18, 2009

Honeywell Thermostats…make your life easier!

I like simple.  But I also like convenience, especially when it comes to my home comfort.  As easy as it is to turn the dial of my thermostat to the temperature I want, I would like to be able to program my thermostat to adjust to the temperature that I want at the time I want.  Luckily, I found out that this is available.

The Honeywell PRO 4000 thermostat has programmable functions which allows you to set a time when you want your thermostat to trigger the furnace to heat your home and went to shut down.

Honeywell prog stats

I love the convenience of being able to have my home warm by the time I wake up and then shut off while I am gone during the day.  It saves me money on my utility bills because my furnace does not have to be running when I am not there.  I can also have setting to stay at a steady temperature on the weekends when we have people over.

A Valley Services qualified technician can show you how to set up your program today!  715-386-7131

If a programmable thermostat is not for you, you can still have a digital Honeywell FocusPro 6000.  With a nice, clear LED screen, you can easily set your temperature and forget it.

round stat

Do not worry, if you like the classic Thermostat, Honeywell still has those available too.

Well, hope this was helpful and that it makes your life a bit easier!




  1. We LOVE our Honeywell programmable thermostat! It is easy to program, and saves us money over the course of the winter. Best of all, I don’t have to remember to turn it up and down everyday. I highly recommend everyone installing one in their homes…

  2. I am glad that that helps so much! It is great to hear positive responses about thermostats that do all the work for you!

    Thanks for the comment!

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