Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I keep the heater switched on all the time without worrying about my energy bills skyrocketing?
A: Yes, you can have the heater switch in ON position all the time while you are using the room - Heatermate will choose the best energy saving regime to maintain your desired room temperature and will keep your heater disconnected from power when no heating is required.
Q: Usually I heat up in the evening and use warm blanket, but sometimes it gets really uncomfortably cold on some nights, how can I use Heatermate ?
A: If you have a warm blanket then you may set the room temperature a bit lower, say 16-18 deg C and Heatermate will maintain it for you. Your heater may need to be switched on by the Heatermate only a couple of times during the night (and on some warmer nights not at all), but you will know that your bedroom will never get too cold.
Q: My son is suffering from allergy and dry air from heating is not good for him, but I can’t leave room cold, as he is getting sick. What you advise with Heatermate?
A: People with allergies are sensitive to both overheating (hot, dry air in the room) as well as to when the room gets too cold. With kids especially, as they tend to uncover themselves in their sleep, cold bedroom can easily get them sick. Heatermate solves both of these problems by making sure that the room is neither too hot nor too cold, all the time.
Q: In midseason it sometimes gets cold just for few hours, but my arthritis is feeling straight away. Please explain if Heatermate can make a difference?
A: With Heatermate you can be comfortable all through the year. Even in midseason (spring or autumn), when cold nights happen only once in a while, you can be sure that your bedroom temperature will never drop below your comfort level. Simply keep your Heatermate connected all the time and it will turn your heater ON automatically on a cold night. At the same time on most of the nights it will keep your heater OFF, so it will cost very little extra to stay comfortable even in mid seasons.
Q: I have central ducted air-conditioning installed in my house. Can Heatermate help in this case?
A: You can set the thermostat of your central air-conditioning to a lower temperature (e.g. 15 deg C) and have Heatermate controlling heaters in individual bedrooms. This would be more energy efficient compared to a higher thermostat setting for the whole house (due to higher heat losses in the common areas), while also providing individual temperature control for each bedroom.