Question about Heating & Cooling
What is the best way to retro-fit my unit with a thermostat? Product suggestions, Financial practicality, labor-intensity--> all info would be greatly appreciated!
If you have a wall or window unit you'll have replace the t-stat by the model number. If you have a central system you get a t-stat from a hardware store from $30 to $200 depending on model. I would recommend a digital t-stat because they are accurate +/- 1 degree where a mercury t-stat is +/- 10 degrees. either way they come with instructions and only take a few minutes to install.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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