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How Smart Thermostats Cut Cooling Costs
How Smart Thermostats Cut Cooling Costs

If you’ve ever come home after work to discover that you accidentally left your air conditioner on full-blast, you probably kicked yourself. Keeping the house a cool 72 degrees when nobody is home is painful when considering that air conditioning is most homeowners’ single ...

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