The great evolution in terms of thermostats came when they managed to incorporate a clock. Now we could program the times at which we wanted the thermostat to change to one temperature or another. So we could plan ahead.
Although this system is much more efficient than a manual thermostat, it still has some drawbacks. For example, it is normal for our lives not to be so regular, and we often get home after the scheduled time, thereby wasting energy.
To avoid this problem, the latest thermostats have a wireless Internet connection. With them, you can control everything from your mobile, remotely, and warn the heating that you are going to be late... or that you will be home earlier than expected.
In fact, with smart home technology it is even possible to select different temperatures for each room in your house.
From smart homes to smart rates
When talking about heating, there is one phrase that is more important than any other: peace of mind. What you want is not to have to worry, to know that whenever you need heat you will have it and that you will pay the lowest possible price.
You can have this by combining the One Gas rate, Endesa's best online price, with OK Gas, which ensures that urgent breakdowns are repaired in less than 3 hours, at any time of the day and any day of the year: