When installing a new thermostat, at what height do you install it?
The reason I ask is I just had over a hundred thermostats that had to be moved down to 42". It really looks stupid and a lot of people are pissed because now their kids can mess with them. It turns out the it is a federal/state requirement for apartments for the American with Disabillities Act. Any apartment that is ground floor or accessable by elevator needs to be set at 42". That is the same height as your normal light switch. Not only does it look bad it is gonna make the units run longer.