My White-Rodger thermostat died yesterday after about 6 years of use, so I am in the market for a new one.
I was looking at Amazon at their top sellers list.
I am having a tough time picking a new thermostat.
Here's what I know about my home environment.
I have a Goodman Furnace (Model: GMS909004) and A/C, pretty crappy windows, second floor duct work that is questionable at best.
Here in Colorado it gets COLD, especially overnight - and I do my best in programming my thermostat as such.
So here is my main question...
Although I like the idea of cool features like an Outdoor Temperature Sensor, and Remote Sensors - it does not seem like I could really get much bang for my buck, or ever achieve maximum comfort within my home.
Do I stick to the $40 variety of Thermostats... which is virtually a backlit upgrade of what I have now?
Share your thoughts!
And, thanks for the help.