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  1. #1
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    First easy question: A geothermal system takes a thermostat for a heat pump correct?

    Second question: What brands are decent and what brands should I not even consider?

    Third: Given that all I really want are some basic controls like temp, humidity, reducing energy consumption while I'm at work, and minimum down time.......any recommendations for a particular model?

  2. #2
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    Heat pump thermostat is correct. Some Geo units require a 3 stage heat, rather than the normal 2 stage.

    I like the higher end Honeywell programmable with touch screen control.

    paul

  3. #3
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    Heat pump thermostat is correct. Some Geo units require a 3 stage heat, rather than the normal 2 stage.

    I like the higher end Honeywell programmable with touch screen control.

    paul

  4. #4
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    Not really..depends on if you'll be adding supplement heat or not.

    If not all you need is a stat that will energize the reversing valve coil.


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