The purpose of getting whole home heating equipment is to have the upper hand in temperature control in your home.
If you should move to a wireless thermostat, the answer is yes.
The only thing the analog has over the smart one is that it is slightly cheaper than its counterpart. Still, due to the level of temperature accuracy, it ends up adding to your energy bill. According to the Department of Energy, this intelligent regulator saves up to ten percent of your energy bill annually. With them, you can program in daily settings to adjust indoor comfort when you are not in the house or asleep. Doing this allows your quality heating device to run less often when you do not need it or are away, and this is one of the energy-saving tips for a programmable regulator. It is possible to have a zone control installation if you have an electric heating system. If you do not have such a system and are interested in one, you should call your local HVAC supplier and have an HVAC professional tell you what is needed and if it is possible with your heater. You could also wait until the next time the heating technician comes for heater maintenance or repair to inquire. I was so happy when the HVAC serviceman told me I could achieve that with my electric heater. A month later, the HVAC professional was working on the electric heat pump in my house to install the zone control system. I also shifted to a HEPA filter to improve indoor air quality, as advised by the heating business.