I would like to be notified if my room temp is out of range.
For example, if I set my room temp to 68F and the home heating does to achieve this OR starts to fall below this temp then there is a strong possibility something is not right with the furnace or heating system. I am 100 miles from this location and would like to know by notifications if the temps are not being maintained. I wouldn’t want to wait until the house is at 50F to get a call as that means the heat has been off for quite some time.
So how can we users use the notifications to tell us if the home temp is below the range being requested and therefore be notified?
Thank you for the reply.
I see that but that isn’t a practical tool in its current configuration.
In the northern climates the idea of not notifying someone until the temp is down to 50F means the heat has likely been off or malfunctioning for many many hours or days. If the internal temp is at 50F it is likely that outer walls are near or at freezing temps.
Why can’t you make those values customer definable?
If I call for heat to 68F and the house is running at 65 that means the furnace isn’t doing what the thermostat is asking for.
Property managers want to know if a furnace isn’t doing what the thermostat is asking for.
I sincerely hope this can be addressed to make the temps values user definable.