The gorgeous Google Nest Smart Thermostat is currently available to purchase with a $30 discount applied. The ongoing offer means that you can introduce this intelligent thermostat into your property for just $99.99.

The first thing to note is that this thermostat is Energy Star-certified, meaning that it has been proved to help the home stay comfortable at the same time as saving money by efficiently controlling the heating and learning when heating is needed and when it isn’t. It also offers compatibility with approximately 85% of homes and has been designed to work without the need for a C wire.

This programmable thermostat is capable of turning itself down when the occupant leaves the property to ensure that energy isn’t wasted and lets the homeowner create an energy-efficient schedule via the Google Home app on a smartphone. That same app also lets the homeowner, or family members, control the thermostat from anywhere in the world to turn the heating on, off, and control other aspects.

The built-in Savings Finder looks for more ways your thermostat can help you save, and suggests tweaks to your schedule in the app. It’s all about energy and financial efficiency to try and get the very best out of the heating in the property. In addition to the intelligence that it brings and the efficiency that it offers, it also looks simply stunning and will be a statement piece in whatever home it is installed in.

If you have been looking to get your hands on this type of thermostat, or are looking to replace an existing thermostat with a more intelligent one, then this could be the perfect deal for you. Simply head on over to the direct link below to secure the saving. No discount codes or coupons are required.

Buy: Google Nest Thermostat – Smart Thermostat for Home – Programmable Wifi Thermostat from Amazon: $99.99 | Original price: $130

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