Go Greener at Home with Smart Home Products

Discover the convenience of smart home technology while also helping to manage your home heating and cooling more efficiently.

Installing a smart thermostat – like the Google Nest Learning Thermostat – is a simple and affordable way to potentially help you reduce your energy consumption. That’s good news for the environment and may be good news for your energy bills too.

Reliance™ is your trusted local Nest Pro and we make it easy to integrate smart home technology into your lifestyle. Our knowledgeable Smart Home Advisors and trained Smart Home Technicians will set up your system and show you how it works so that you can enjoy hassle-free comfort at your fingertips.

How can a smart thermostat help reduce energy usage?

The Nest Learning Thermostat is Energy Star® certified but it has another feature that really sets it apart – it learns from you and programs itself. Pretty cool huh? After a few days of getting to know your routine, it will set a weekly temperature schedule. It learns how fast your home heats up and cools down, can sense when you are home or away and knows what the temperature outside is. It also has a function, Eco mode, that could help reduce energy usage without sacrificing comfort. If you use the Nest App* as well, you will be able to see when you use the most energy and when you use the least, how much you use in a day and how much you are consuming every month. The more you learn about the energy you use, the more you will learn about where you can save it.**

More helpful devices! Nest Temperature Sensors – compatible with the Nest Learning Thermostat and Nest Thermostat E, can be used to monitor your home’s temperature at different times of the day or night. They can also help you identify cold and hot zones in your house.

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Four reasons to switch to a Nest Thermostat.

  1. No manual programming needed! The auto-schedule allows the Nest to learn from your behaviour and program itself.
  2. Control the temperature of your house remotely, from your phone, tablet, or laptop.
  3. It automatically adjusts the temperature of your home when you leave.
  4. It works with the Nest Protect to shut off your forced air system if there’s ever smoke detected.
  5. It’s compatible with a Google Assistant product like the Nest Hub, Nest Hub Max, and Nest Mini.

Ready to learn more about upgrading to a Smart thermostat? Book your FREE in-home consultation today.

Why choose Reliance™ for your Smart Home technology?

Did you know Reliance now offers a full range of Google Nest devices and bundles? Book a FREE in home appointment with one of our Smart Home Advisors!

We have a full range of smart home technology for you to choose from; smart doorbells and cameras, smart assistants, speakers, cameras, smoke detectors and more!

When you rent from Reliance, you never have to worry about upfront costs of Smart Home products or the hassle of installation. Our experienced Technicians will install and program your smart thermostat and other smart home devices and explain how they work so you can enjoy all the benefits of your connected home.

Your low monthly rental fee covers all parts, and if you ever run into a problem that requires in-home service, help is just a phone call away.

To learn more about how smart home technology could help you save energy without sacrificing comfort, Call on Reliance™ today. Book a FREE in-home appointment with one of our Smart Home Advisors to learn more about our offers!

Ready to learn more about upgrading to a Smart thermostat? Book your FREE in-home consultation today.

*Mobile control and alerts require working internet and Wi-Fi

**Individual savings are not guaranteed.

Google, Google Nest Learning Thermostat, Google Nest Thermostat E, Google Nest Temperature Sensor, Google Assistant, Google Nest Hub, Google Nest Hub Max, Google Nest Mini, Google Nest Protect and Google Nest Wifi are trademarks of Google LLC.

The ENERGY STAR® name and symbol are administered and promoted in Canada by Natural Resources Canada and are registered in Canada by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

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