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Contact – Smart Thermostat Guide


Questions, corrections, or comments? Just want to tell us how excited you are about smart thermostats? Reach out – we’re friendly. 🙂

contact <at> smartthermostatguide <dot> com

2017 update: I might take a while to get back to you, I just had a baby and this site gets a lot of email from visitors. Sorry for any long waits!

2 Responses

  1. Kenneth Dreyfuss says:

    I have a question about the use of an Ecobee adapter. I just installed an Ecobee4, replacing a thermostat that had a C wire. I have a second thermostat that does not have a C wire. Would I be able to use the Ecobee adapter for that second thermostat, a Honeywell wifi programmable thermostat?

  2. Matt Krupa says:


    LOVE the site. I have a question for you. I just bought a house with two thermostats/furnaces/AC units – one was added on when there was an addition to the house. I want to automate my home with smart thermostats now. Which thermostat would you recommend since I will be buying two of them? Should I do a regular and lite version of a thermostat, i.e. ecobee and ecobee lite? Is there a better option than the ecobee when considering that I will have two and I would like them to integrate or interact with each other – if possible? Any help or guidance would be so appreciated!

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