Are You Thinking of Replacing Your Thermostat? You Don’t Have to Get Your Hands Dirty!

Why take the DIY route or rely on an amateur to get your heat pump thermostat replaced when we are here to help? Our experts are adept at handling home thermostat troubleshooting, repair, and replacement projects. We are obsessed with perfection and ensure flawless execution.

Most residential Thermostats use 24 volts AC from a transformer located in the furnace or Air Handler to control a furnace and Air Conditioning outdoor. The transformer steps down 120 / 240 volts to the 24 volts for the thermostat and other controls need and sends out the 24 volts signal on two wires. The two 24 volt wires go to the R terminal and We make the connection for Heat and Y Terminal to R for cooling. If it’s a Heat pump thermostat then O or B terminal needs to be wire. C terminal inside the thermostat is required to wire when there are no batteries or if one doesn’t want to use batteries.

Our Replacement Process

Give us a call to schedule a team visit to your location. On the day of the visit, someone from the team will connect with you while the team is traveling to your place. Once our experts reach your location, they will guide you on the options. After you select a system, our team will replace the old thermostat with the new one. They will also, demonstrate the functioning of the system and resolve your concerns.

Different Types of Thermostats;
  • Programmable Thermostats
  • Non-Programmable Thermostats
  • Smart Thermostats

If you are thinking of Replacing your existing Thermostat? Our Air Conditioning and Heating Service Techs are available 7 days to come over and help you with replacing your existing HVAC Thermostat.

Direction on how to install a Non Programmable Low Voltage Home Thermostat.
Before starting you must read and thoroughly understand the Thermostat manufacturer instructions.
  • Remove the existing Thermostat front part first.
  • Turn the Circuit Breaker off or the On / Off Switch located near the indoor AC Unit.
  • Take a picture with your phone or write down which color wire goes to which terminal on the existing Thermostat.
  • Use stickers if supplied with a new Thermostat, on the wires before removing from the base.
  • Remove the base by taking screws of the base plate mounted on the wall to secure the old Thermostat.
  • Remove the front part of the new thermostat from the base of your Thermostat.
  • First, install the back base on the wall with Screws and Anchors that came with the Thermostat.
  • Use a level to make sure it not Leaning towards the right or left.
  • Install the Low-Voltage Color Coded Wires to the matching screw terminals on the new Thermostat base plate.
  • If your connections do not match exactly to the old Thermostat, refer to the new Thermostat’s owner’s manual.
  • Tighten all wires (normally most common Thermostat use are terminals Rc, Rh, C, G, W, Y, O, W1, W2, E, Aux, X) on terminals with a specific color on specific terminal.
  • If an old existing thermostat is missing C (normally for common in digital thermostats) terminal on the thermostat then use Batteries in the specific direction mentioned in the installation manual that came with the thermostat.
  • Turn the power back On and check for Heating and Cooling Cycles.
  • We personally prefer to install the same or larger size thermostats to avoid wall paint.
Note: There are four basic types of Thermostats commonly used in homes Non-Programmable, Programmable, Wi-Fi, and Smart Thermostat. 
Though Line Voltage Thermostat is also in use in old apartment buildings

Why take the DIY route or rely on an amateur to get your heat pump thermostat replaced when we are here to help. Our experts are adept at handling home thermostat troubleshooting, repair, and replacement projects.

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