Your thermostat makes up half of your energy bill.

Why shouldn’t it help you save energy?

The Nest Learning Thermostat is the first thermostat to get ENERGY STAR qualified. It acquires temperatures you like and composes a schedule around yours. Since 2011, the Nest Thermostat has saved billions of kWh of energy in millions of homes not only nationally, but globally too. Self-sufficient studies unveiled that it saved people an estimated 10% to 12% on heating bills and 15% on cooling bills. In about two years, it will be paying for itself.

The Nest Life

The Nest Learning Thermostat routinely acclimates as your life and the seasons change. Use it for a week and it programs itself.

No complicated installation steps.

Remove your old thermostat and connect your new Nest! It should take around half an hour. Turn up the temperature and get cozy

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  • 10:30PM

    Night Night, Nest.

    You adjust the heat on your way to bed. Nest takes note and starts building your schedule. Convenient in the afternoon, casual at night.

  • 7:00AM

    Wake up in comfort.

    After you attuned the heat a few days in a row, Nest cultivated that you like eating breakfast at 70º. So now it warms up the house as you get out of bed.

  • 8:30AM

    It knows when you’re away.

    You’re off to work. The Nest Thermostat uses sensors and your phone’s location to check if you’ve left, then sets itself to an Eco Temperature allowing it to conserve energy.

  • 4:30PM

    You’re always home, even when you’re not.

    The babysitter calls and says she picked up the children from soccer and they’re heading home. You regulate the temperature from your phone, so they’ll be snug.

The Nest Home

Nest products are made to work together. They coincide with lights, locks and various products in your home.

Your boiler system may perhaps be a basis of carbon monoxide outflows or it could spread smoke through your home in a fire. If there’s a carbon monoxide escape, Nest Protect can tell your Nest Thermostat to turn off the heat. If Nest Protect senses smoke, your Nest Thermostat can turn off the fan.