Enjoy Precision Comfort

1: Install sensors in your favorite rooms. Your bedroom and living room are strong candidates, but everyone's needs are different. If you're a new parent, for example, you'll want a sensor in the nursery. 

2: Adjust comfort to the room you're in. Now that you have temperature sensors around the house, you can specify which sensor commands the thermostat. For example, let's say that it's bedtime. Downstairs, where the thermostat sits, the temperature is a comfortable 72 degrees. Upstairs, though, it's 76 degrees—too warm for a comfortable night. 

3: Create a room-based thermostat schedule It's easy to create a schedule where your ideal temperature ‘follows' you around the house throughout your day. 

4: Or, use a whole-home average temperature If your family don't tend to congregate in a single room, you can set your thermostat to target the average of every sensor's temperature. This enables you to heat your home based on the general temperature throughout the house, with warm and cool spots taken into account. It's a great way to make your home more comfortable overall. 

5: Be sure to use your other thermostat features Temperature sensors are just one source of intelligence that the Alarm.com Smart Thermostat uses to save energy while keeping you comfortable.  

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