The expert team at Comfort Heat Australia advises homeowners to invest in a quality thermostat when designing a home or room for optimal comfort. As a specialist in smart heating technology offering solutions ranging from electric floor heating and hydronic floor heating to electric heated mirror pads, Comfort Heat is dedicated to ensuring quality and comfort in every home or commercial environment.
When installing radiant heat solutions from Comfort Heat, invest in a quality thermostat to ensure long-term comfort.
Comfort Heat Thermostats
Specifically designed for underfloor heating systems, Comfort Heat’s thermostats can be easily installed on the wall with their flush mounted design. A floor sensor included with these thermostats allows the user to maintain a consistent temperature in the home. Floor sensing thermostats prevent the floor from overheating, while maintaining the desired temperature in the safest and most energy efficient way.
The MTD2 thermostat features an adjustable control with air and floor sensors that allow the user to maintain a constant temperature. An on/off switch enables the radiant heat to be controlled at the press of a button.
The MCD4 digital 7 day/ 4 event programmable thermostat allows the on/off times and temperature to be programmed using a range of setback functions. This thermostat combines a floor and air limit sensor, and comes in standard white with optional colours such as brushed chrome and charcoal available to better match the home decor.
Home Automation Thermostats
The ETN4 home automation thermostat is compatible with setback functions and installed into a central switchboard.
Benefits of Comfort Heat Thermostats
Once the home’s electric floor heating system is activated at the beginning of winter, Comfort Heat’s digital thermostats take over the operation by automatically turning the floor heating up or down throughout the day, guaranteeing warm floors when needed and switching off to save power at other times, thereby ensuring energy efficiency in home heating.
Comfort Heat will soon introduce thermostats that are Wi-Fi enabled so that the user can manage the home heating system over the internet or via a smartphone.