Programmable Thermostat vs regular one
I just learned that overriding the programmable thermostat setting actually requires more energy from the Energy Star website. Unfortunately, that what I have been doing.
At my home, I need to constantly change the temperature setting, so I have to override my 7-day programmable thermostat often, even though there are 4 settings per day already.
Would it actually be more sensible to have a non-programmable thermostat for me being home most of the time? Or having a programmable thermostat is still a more energy saving approach.
Any input? Thanks