Home Automation Zoning & Wireless Thermostats in Indio, La Quinta, Indian Wells, Palm Desert, CA and Surrounding Desert Cities

Home Automation - Thermostat

Home automation is the next big advance. Now, science and technology fit seamlessly into your home and your life. It all starts with a smart thermostat. Instead of simply controlling your heating and cooling equipment, it becomes a virtual command center connected to the Internet of things.

Home Automation and Your Life

Connected thermostats with built-in automation bridges put everything at your fingertips. You can adjust the temperature, turn on the lights, close the blinds and lock the front door with the touch of a button or a voice command, even when you’re away from home.

Wireless thermostats do a great job of controlling your HVAC system too. These products give you the same functionality of a programmable thermostat with many enhancements for improved energy savings and allergen removal. They’re easier to program and fully compatible with variable-speed heating and cooling equipment and indoor air quality products.

Home Zoning for Efficient Heating and Cooling

In addition to selecting the most efficient settings, wireless thermostats support home zoning and provide fine-tuned comfort across your living spaces. Hard-wired sensors relay remote climate information to the control panel. Then, automated dampers installed within the ductwork direct air to the rooms where it’s needed. These features work together to optimize your comfort and your home’s energy efficiency.

Wireless Thermostats Made by Trane

As a factory-authorized Trane Comfort Specialist, we’re pleased to install a variety of smart thermostats, including the brand’s award-winning ComfortLink series. Trane’s smart thermostats are compatible with sensors that speak the open-framework Z-Wave communication language. Several models feature built-in Nexia hubs that create the foundation for a complete automation system without the need for extra equipment. Nexia supports an ever-growing range of Z-Wave sensors manufactured by leading brands and used for the following applications.

  • Window and door entry sensors
  • Door locks and hinge sensors
  • Garage door remote controllers
  • Shades and window coverings
  • Smart light bulbs and switches
  • Connected TVs and appliances
  • Video surveillance equipment
  • Energy management utilities
  • Water and gas leak detectors
  • Landscape irrigation components