In this video: Would you like to save up to 8% to 15% on your annual home heating and cooling bill? Discover how the next generation of smart thermostats adjust your home’s temperature based on your behavior and weather forecasts. They even sense when you’re not home and adjust the temperature to give you the largest savings.

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