PRLog - March 1, 2012 - INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis, March 1, 2012 – Peterman Heating & Cooling, Inc. recently became certified as a Nest Thermostat Professional, giving them the ability to both sell and install the new high-tech, energy efficient thermostats from the developers of the Apple iPod.
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The Nest Learning Thermostat was developed by Tony Fadell who helped design the iPod and ran the iPod and iPhone divisions at Apple for years. He has now taken that expertise and developed a thermostat that not only saves homeowners energy, but is capable of learning the daily routines of a household and adjusting accordingly. The Nest Learning Thermostat revolutionizes the capabilities of a device that controls half of the energy consumption in your home. Many thermostats in today’s homes are either a non-programmable model or a programmable model that has not been set up properly, costing you hundreds of dollars a year in utility costs.
Peterman has completed an online training course and passed the certification test to become a Nest Certified Professional. The training course and test looked at home energy efficiency and how the Nest can be incorporated into a home comfort system. Nest also did a complete company review to determine if Peterman was a good fit to become one of their trusted professionals. “We are very excited about this opportunity to offer our customers the latest technology when it comes to making their homes more energy efficient,” stated Pete Peterman, president of Peterman Heating & Cooling, Inc. This process by nest ensures that they have quality contractors handling their products.
More information about the Nest Learning Thermostat can be found on the Peterman website at http://www.petermanhvac.com or the Nest website at www.nest.com.
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Peterman Heating & Cooling, Inc. has been providing 24 hour HVAC service to Indianapolis and the surrounding areas since 1985. We specialize in furnace and air conditioner repair, Bryant HVAC system installations, and air duct cleaning.