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A smart thermostat does the thinking you don’t want to do. It can learn your schedule, turn itself down when nobody is home, and balance temperatures around your home to make you comfier while using less energy (talk about win-win). Our extensive testing shows that the Google Nest Learning Thermostat is the best smart thermostat because it manages your home with the least amount of input, it’s simple to use, and it has the best design of all the thermostats we’ve tested.

Compatibility: Amazon Alexa, Google Home, SmartThings

The Google Nest Learning Thermostat (third generation) learns your heating and cooling preferences and then intelligently creates an optimized Schedule to maximize efficiency, so you don’t have to program it yourself.

It installs easily, it’s compatible with most systems, and it works with Nest Temperature Sensors, which you place in trouble spots to better keep all of your rooms comfortable. The hardware looks and feels superb, with an excellent tactile control wheel and a beautiful screen that doubles as a time or weather clock. It also comes in seven finishes to provide options for working with your home decor. Some homeowners may have to deal with wiring and power issues in order to use the Nest with their HVAC system (see What to know before you buy).

Compatibility: Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Google Home, SmartThings

With a simple Alexa voice command, Ecobee’s SmartThermostat with Voice Control can play music, relay the news, and control your home’s smart lights—along with adjusting the heat and air conditioning. It also works with remote sensors, which you can place in rooms that are too hot or cold. The temperature and occupancy detectors in the sensors let the Ecobee tweak its settings to ensure that every location throughout your home is comfy, rather than just the spot where the thermostat is installed. (One sensor comes with the unit, and you can add up to 32.)

Because it has Alexa built in, you don’t need a separate Echo speaker to control it by voice, and if Alexa isn’t your smart-assistant choice, this model also works with Google Assistant and Apple HomeKit and Siri with the use of separate speakers. While the Ecobee doesn’t have the level of intelligence of the Nest Learning Thermostat for automatically figuring out a Schedule, it’s a good option if you have problems with cold spots in your home.

Compatibility: Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit

The Honeywell Home T5 Smart Thermostat is a less-expensive smart thermostat that still offers most of the important features of our other picks. Although it can’t sense your presence or automatically determine a Schedule, its built-in geofencing feature works very well and allows for useful interactions with other smart-home devices, such as triggering lights when you arrive home or leave. The T5 is compatible with Apple HomeKit and Siri, Google Assistant, and Amazon Alexa.

The Mysa Smart Thermostat will make your “dumb” and inefficient electric baseboard heating far more cost-effective. It’s our only pick in what is an admittedly limited field—it works with 110-volt electrical heating sources—and we like its clean, modern design, as well as the fact that it doesn’t require a separate hub and it works with all the major smart-home systems (Alexa, Google Assistant, HomeKit, and SmartThings). Mysa uses geolocation and artificial intelligence alongside scheduling and zoning to heat your home efficiently and save energy while keeping you comfortable.

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Why you should trust us

I’ve spent the past eight years testing smart thermostats in my home, installing and uninstalling more than two dozen of these climate controllers. As a journalist for 20 years, I’ve covered smart-home technology for Wirecutter as well as for Dwell Magazine, U.S. News & World Report, BBC Science Focus, Wired UK, and The Ambient. I write extensively on how to save energy around the home and how a smart home can help promote a sustainable lifestyle, and I also test smart smoke alarms, smart garage-door controllers, smart sensors, and smart sprinkler controllers for Wirecutter.

Who should get a smart thermostat

A smart thermostat is a good investment for any homeowner who is looking to trim their energy usage (and utility bills) or who wants a convenient way to control their home’s climate—whether that’s from the couch or the other side of the world. By intelligently managing your heating and cooling, a smart thermostat can dramatically increase the efficiency of your home’s climate-control system: According to the EPA, many homeowners can expect to save as much as 30% (PDF) on their annual heating and cooling bills by using a smart thermostat compared with using a non-programmable thermostat.

The best smart thermostats can also help reduce energy usage for the good of the planet. If every American household were to install a smart thermostat, the energy savings would be equivalent to 1.2 million fewer vehicles on the road, according to Energy Star, which started rating smart thermostats in 2017. Because of those dramatic savings, energy companies frequently offer rebates and incentives for replacing a traditional thermostat with a smart one.

Most smart thermostats integrate well with a home’s other smart devices, and all of the models we tested work with one or more smart-home platforms, including Amazon’s Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple’s HomeKit and Siri, as well as with smart-home hubs such as Samsung’s SmartThings. That support provides the novelty of using voice control to adjust your home’s temperature, as well as automated ways to optimize the efficiency of your system.

For example, you can have your thermostat lower the temperature when you lock your front door or start warming the house when you arrive home and open the garage. These smart-home ecosystems are continually growing, so the interactions your thermostat is capable of are growing as well (though sometimes only with the purchase of additional hardware).

If you have an older HVAC system, your home may lack the wiring to support a smart thermostat, most of which require a common or “C” wire to provide power. Although all the models we recommend are easily installed by a homeowner, if you lack a C wire, the Nest model is your best option, as it doesn’t always require one depending on your system. For more on this topic, see What to know before you buy.

How we picked and tested smart thermostats

There are dozens of “smart thermostats” for your home. But a large number of those purporting to be smart merely have Wi-Fi connectivity, which simply gives you remote control via voice or an app—handy but not groundbreaking. We skipped any that didn’t also include other smart features, such as geofencing or sensors. To further narrow down our list of test models, we identified the five most important features to look for when picking the best smart thermostat. In our informed opinion, a worthy model should do the following:

  • Automatically adjust to your comfort and energy-saving needs—using algorithms, geofencing, or sensors—and be simple to program when necessary.
  • Reduce energy use and save money on heating and cooling bills. Many smart thermostats are now Energy Star rated, potentially qualifying you for a rebate.
  • Be easy to use, both when you’re directly interacting with the thermostat and when you’re accessing it remotely through an app, voice control, or smart-home integrations.
  • Offer useful integrations with smart-home systems—for example, turning your lights off when you leave or shutting down your HVAC system if there’s a fire.
  • Work with one or all of the popular voice assistants, including Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s HomeKit and Siri, and Google Assistant.

You should expect to spend between $80 and $250 on a smart thermostat. Lower-end models have fewer features—paying less than $80 buys you a basic Wi-Fi thermostat you can control remotely, but no smart functions. A pricier thermostat works with more systems and uses higher-quality materials. Options that cost more than $250 are overkill or are specific to particular HVAC systems.

We elected not to consider branded models from HVAC manufacturers that weren’t compatible with other systems or were available only through dealers, as they won’t work for most people. (If you are having a new HVAC system installed, however, considering a branded model may be worthwhile to get the most out of your system.)

We installed each thermostat ourselves in a 2,200-square-foot, two-story South Carolina home and ran it continuously for at least three to 10 days of routine operation, in some cases up to two years.

The home has a two-zone electric HVAC system, operating a heat pump (not a furnace) with two heating stages. During our testing, we paid special attention to the setup and control of each thermostat both directly and via the companion app, the thermostat’s ability to integrate with other smart gear, and whether it saved energy and money.

Security, privacy, and smart thermostats

Wirecutter takes security and privacy issues seriously, and to help you understand which data the companies you are bringing into your home may be taking out with them, we’ve compiled this table to answer some of the most common questions people have regarding privacy and security. We reached out to the companies that produce our top picks and asked them to respond to an extensive questionnaire to confirm their positions on issues that should be of primary concern for any potential buyer. Here is what we think you should consider before making a purchase.

Google NestEcobeeHoneywell/ ResideoMysa
Is a user required to create a login/account in order to use this product?YesYes, for both the Ecobee mobile app and web portal.YesYes. With HomeKit on iOS devices it’s not necessary, but that limits access to advanced features.
Does the app offer two-factor authentication? If so, is it required?

Yes

Yes, but it is optional.

NoNo
Is a user's identifying data (such as email addresses or Wi-Fi credentials) encrypted when stored in the cloud?Data is encrypted at rest and in transit.All traffic is encrypted as it is sent to the cloud and stored in databases. Wi-Fi credentials remain on the device.Yes, data is encrypted in rest and in transit to and from the cloud.Email address and account password are encrypted. Wi-Fi info isn’t stored in the cloud.
What specific user data does the company collect?System info like settings, schedules, and activity for heating, cooling, and fan. User info such as user account, Wi-Fi details, location/address, and language.Email address and cryptographically hashed password, device info like settings and schedules and login history, address, and phone number.
Customers can view items by selecting “download your data.”
User data is primarily for operational use. Information includes account registration info (name, email, address, zip code) plus system profile and activity, including schedules, alerts, and settings.Name, state/province, email address, zip code, electricity rate, and marketing consent. If customer is using a geofence, the latitude and longitude of the fence, as well as a radius, phone system info, and the IP address.
Where is that data stored and what measures are taken to secure it? Specifically, is it encrypted, is it anonymized or user-specific, and is access to that data limited and monitored?On device and on Google servers. Access is protected by authentication, authorization, and anti-abuse controls.In one of three cloud locations, all in North America. Users can opt in to share anonymized data via “Donate Your Data.”In US-based data centers. Data is encrypted and restricted by access management controls. Anonymization is used for data analytics, and data is anonymized or deleted for closed accounts.Encrypted and stored on US-based servers. User ID and contact info is separated. Some data is stored in customer.io and is access limited.
Do you share data with third parties, affiliates, and partners? If so, what data, and for what purpose (including location, tracking, marketing, or any other purpose)?Yes, for opt-in utility discount programs (such as Rush Hour Rewards); when a utility (or DERMS) has a demand response event, as aggregated or anonymized data for energy-savings claims.No, unless the user has opted to. Ecobee does not sell user data.Not for marketing. We do use cloud providers, which are bound by contracts to protect user data as required by applicable law.Yes, with customers’ consent; to comply with the law, to subsidiaries and affiliates for operational services, to contractors and service providers, and to protect the rights or property of Mysa or Mysa users. If Mysa is sold, we will request all data will be used in accordance with our privacy policy.
Are customers able to opt out of sharing some or all of their data—and if so, how?Yes, customers must opt in to share data. To see what data, Google accounts can go to takeout.google.com; Nest accounts go to mynestdata.nest.com.Yes, users can opt out via the Ecobee web portal or mobile app, under “Donate Your Data” in the main menu.Users must agree to our EULA before using our app. Most data use is for operational purposes. It may be stored for marketing purposes until a customer opts out.Yes, using an opt-out tool created by the Digital Advertising Alliance of Canada or an opt-out tool created by the Network Advertising Initiative.
If customer data is shared or sold, are customers notified and are there provisions to secure that data after it has been transferred to a third party?Customers opt-in to share data. To access that data, third parties must pass a Google security audit.Ecobee does not sell customer information. It is only shared with consent, and is aggregated and anonymized.We do not sell users’ personal data. Service providers who have access to it are subject to a service contract with privacy policies.Mysa does not sell customers’ personal Information.
Does the device or its hub/bridge contain inactive or active but unadvertised hardware?

No

No

NoNo
Does the device or app record or share location data? What is this data used for, and can the user disable this feature?No. Customers can choose to enroll in the Home & Away Routines feature or the Home/Away Assist feature, which relies on location data. Users can disable them.Only if the user has enabled geofencing, which is required to work. Data is not tracked by Ecobee.The Honeywell Home app has a geofence service that helps conserve energy when the user is away from home that can be disabled.The app records user location for geofencing. It can be disabled.

Our pick: Google Nest Learning Thermostat

Our pick for the best thermostat, Nest Learning Thermostat

The Google Nest Learning Thermostat (third generation) is the simplest, smartest, most energy-efficient smart thermostat you can buy today. Versions of it have been our top pick or upgrade pick since we started testing smart thermostats, and despite a serious uptick in competition, the Nest thermostat remains the best.

Its standout feature is its success in automating climate control of your home with little to no input from you, other than a week of training. It intelligently learns how you like your environment and adapts to how your home heats and cools, saving you money while keeping you cozy without your having to do a thing.

This learning mode, combined with a simple user interface, a superb design and build, and optional room sensors, makes the Nest model an easy choice as our top pick (Its equally good but less expensive sibling, the Nest E, is now available only via professional installation through heating and air companies, and the also-cheaper Nest Thermostat is a very stripped down version, lacking a lot of the features we like about the Nest system.)

Installation is straightforward, as long as your system is compatible and has a C wire for power. (Although the Nest does not require a C wire to operate in most cases, proceed with caution and read our section on C wires for more on this topic.)

Once you’ve installed the Nest, setting it up is simple. The device prompts you to choose your “eco temperatures”—the setpoint when you’re away—as well as your preferred “home temperatures,” the warmest and coolest you want the house to be when you’re home. You can then connect it to Wi-Fi and the Nest app for remote control—though if you prefer to keep your thermostat offline, you can opt to use it without internet access like a regular thermostat.

To select your preferred temperature throughout the day, you turn the metal dial or adjust the thermostat via the app. Over the course of a week or so, the Nest thermostat gathers that information, combining it with presence sensing via its built-in occupancy sensor (and those of other compatible Nest devices you may have, such as wired Nest Protect smoke alarms or Nest Detect sensors) and your smartphone’s location (if you allow it) to automatically generate a heating or cooling Schedule for you. If you prefer, you can opt to create your own Schedule for the thermostat by using the Nest app, or you can simply tweak the one that the Nest thermostat creates.

The Nest Learning Thermostat has a beautiful, high-quality build that feels like it will last a very long time, and the design is intuitive and easy to use. Just turn the tactile metal outer ring, which feels substantial and glides effortlessly, left or right to adjust the temperature down or up, respectively. Pressing forward on the dial lets you make selections.

The display goes dark when not in use and then lights up to show you the current setpoints and ambient temperature when you approach. It turns red when it’s heating and blue when it’s cooling, giving you a clear visual cue as to what your system is doing. A feature called Farsight turns the screen into a clock that displays the time, weather, or indoor temperature and is viewable from a distance, giving your thermostat some extra function.

We found that once the Nest had figured out our household’s patterns, we rarely, if ever, had to touch the device or adjust the temperature remotely (see Flaws but not dealbreakers for an instance when the Nest can get it wrong). This unique learning feature is the primary reason we have continued to choose a Nest model as our top smart thermostat.

An HVAC monitoring feature detects and notifies you of any problem with your system, such as a furnace shutdown or extended heating or cooling times. We had some experience with this feature in our testing of the more basic Nest Thermostat (See Other smart thermostats we like).

The third-gen Nest Learning Thermostat

Another essential smart feature of the Nest is its Eco Mode, which uses a combination of presence sensing and geofencing to determine when the house is empty and then tells the thermostat to keep temperatures within an energy-saving range. When it senses you’re home or coming home, based on your habits and the location of your smartphone, it returns to its normal Schedule.

The Nest thermostat also saves energy by employing machine-learning artificial intelligence that measures how long it takes for your home to heat or cool based on outside temperatures and then optimizes your Schedule so that it comes on at just the right time without over- or underheating or over- or undercooling. For example, if the Nest recognizes that it’s colder today than it was yesterday, the thermostat will start heating a bit earlier to hit your target temperature by 7 a.m.

Similarly, the Cool to Dry and Airwave features focus on reducing humidity and using your HVAC’s fan to eke out every last bit of cool in your system when the AC turns off, once again helping to save energy and money. Over time those little tweaks here and there can boost your system’s efficiency. In our long-term testing, we found that these two features combined caused our system’s fan to run almost continuously—largely, we think, because our test house is in the South and high humidity is a constant battle there. However, an always-running fan can become a nuisance noise-wise, so we ended up turning these features off.

We specifically evaluated the energy-usage reporting the Nest offers and looked at how that information could help you save money. The Nest offers a 10-day history in the app and online that shows you when the system was set automatically or manually and to what temperature. This information is useful for determining how your system has been performing and whether Eco Mode has been activating, but it isn’t a deep dive suitable for micro-managing your energy use like the reporting Ecobee offers. You also receive a monthly energy report in your inbox, but this is mostly fluff and advertising.

A screenshot of energy usage history for November.

The most useful insight the Nest thermostat offers for energy savings is the green leaf that appears on the device when you set or are running an energy-saving temperature (based on your heating and cooling history and Nest’s data). This type of visual reward is highly motivating and, combined with the monthly report you get showing how you compare to other “Nesters” in your area, is enough to add a bit of healthy competition to your energy-saving efforts.

Although the Nest thermostat works very well on its own, if you have a home with hot or cool spots, you can pair it with the optional Nest Temperature Sensors, $40 white mini-pucks you place in different rooms to better balance the temperatures throughout your home—thus solving a common problem with many older homes.

You can pair up to 10 sensors with one thermostat and set them on a Schedule in the Nest app that targets the rooms the sensors are in at a certain time of day. For example, we tested three sensors and had the thermostat target the kitchen in the morning, the living room during the day, and the dining room in the evening. We really liked this feature and found that it worked well for a household with predictable routines. Having to set precise times was a bit restrictive, though, and we found that the occupancy sensors on the Ecobee and Honeywell Home T9 sensors, which can trigger the thermostat based on your presence, were a better option in this regard.

You can also control your thermostat with the Nest app, the Nest web portal, or a smart-home platform like Amazon Alexa, Samsung SmartThings, or Google Home (it’s not Apple HomeKit compatible). You can also control it with your voice by connecting it to Google Assistant or Alexa.

The Nest app is really good; it displays the automatically generated Schedule, and it allows you to make temperature adjustments, switch settings and climate modes, and view a 10-day history. If you have other Nest devices, such as cameras or smoke alarms, the app consolidates them all into a single view, which is convenient.

Screenshot of the Nest Temperature Sensors display in the app.

But the Nest app is apparently being phased out, as Google, which owns Nest, has moved a lot of functionality into its Home app, and the newer budget Nest Thermostat doesn’t work with the Nest app. For now, you still need to use the Nest app to handle setup, manage the sensors, adjust your schedule, and see your history, but the Google Home app now has a Home/Away feature that works with the Nest thermostat (or any compatible thermostat) and is a convenient way to manage your climate control and your smart home together. When the feature is enabled, you can have your thermostat set itself to its Away mode when you leave and Home mode when you return. It can also tell compatible smart-home devices, such as lights, plugs, and cameras, to adjust. The Google Home app uses the thermostat’s presence sensor, your phone, and those of any connected family members to determine if you’re home or away.

In our testing, this worked reliably and speedily, and it reacted quicker than the Nest app’s similar function. When we walked in the door, our Philips Hue lights turned on, our Arlo cameras turned off, and the thermostat switched to Home almost instantly. When we left, the reverse happened within 30 minutes of our absence—the quickest any thermostat that doesn’t rely solely on phone geolocation has done so in our eight years of testing smart thermostats.

Another feature we really like is that the Nest can automatically shut down your HVAC system when a connected Nest Protect smoke alarm detects smoke or fire. It’s a feature few other smart thermostats offer: Ecobee can do it if you buy First Alert’s Onelink smoke alarms and connect them to HomeKit; if you have a Ring Alarm system with a Smoke Alarm Listener, you can manually create an Alexa Routine to do the same thing, but Nest’s integration is the simplest to set up and use.

Flaws but not dealbreakers

The Nest Learning Thermostat is very expensive. We won’t say it’s overpriced, as the hardware is top quality and should last for years, especially compared with the cheaper, plastic offerings of the competition. But $250 is a lot when you consider the thermostat doesn’t come with any remote sensors or double as a smart speaker, as the similarly priced Ecobee does.

We’ve seen owner reports of Nest Learning Thermostats doing crazy things, such as cooling a home to 50 °F on a cold winter’s morning. In our experience, problems can crop up because the system gets confused about which temperature you want. We had this happen when one unit created an automatic Schedule for the upstairs zone to heat to 81 °F mid-morning and then to 66 °F in the evening. It occurred during a seasonal change, and the temperature setpoint for the thermostat during the day had been at 81 °F cool to save energy; the Nest translated that to 81 °F heat when we switched the Mode from cool to heat. To fix the issue, we deleted the Schedule the Nest had set and told it to relearn, which it did much more effectively the second time. If you run into similar issues, we recommend resetting your automatic Schedule at the start of a new season to let the thermostat learn your new pattern.

The Nest Temperature Sensors are one-trick ponies: They only measure temperature—there’s no presence or motion sensing as you get with Ecobee sensors, or humidity measurement as you get with the Honeywell Home T9 system. We wish they did more so that you could, for instance, use motion to enable a feature like Ecobee’s Follow Me, which adjusts your thermostat to where you are in the house, instead of having to program Schedules for your sensors. We also think Google should include one sensor with the Nest thermostat, as Ecobee does for its model.

Runner-up: Ecobee SmartThermostat with Voice Control

Ecobee SmartThermostat with Voice Control on a bookshelf.

If you want a thermostat you can put on a wall and forget, Nest is best. But if you want deep control over every change your thermostat makes, Ecobee is the better choice.

The Ecobee SmartThermostat with Voice Control is a complex piece of equipment that can do nearly everything you might want a smart thermostat to do; it also works with every major smart-home system (including Apple HomeKit), and it even doubles as an Alexa smart speaker. However, it has a more difficult learning curve, needs a C wire for power, and requires you to do a bit of tinkering to get the most out of its powerful capabilities.

The Ecobee SmartThermostat is a well-designed device that looks good on a wall. You control it with a glass touchscreen that’s responsive and easy to use. It has small touchpoints, however, which are tricky for those with larger fingers to navigate precisely (a 6-foot-4 member of our household has a tough time with it).

Monitoring and controlling the thermostat remotely using Ecobee’s excellent app or web interface is also easy and intuitive, as the interface is identical across all three platforms. The website is where you’ll find extensive insights and real-time updates about your energy usage and thermostat setpoints, something Nest does not offer.

Our favorite feature of Ecobee’s system is its SmartSensor room sensors. These small, square devices have sleek rounded corners and a variety of mounting options so you can easily place them around your house to monitor temperature and occupancy. By keeping tabs on two or more areas this way, you can choose to have your system prioritize one sensor over the others or average the temperatures between them. This arrangement solves the age-old heating and cooling problem where one room is toasty and warm while another feels like a refrigerator (or vice versa in the summer). The thermostat comes with one sensor, and you can add up to 32.

(Ecobee has also released the $80-per-pair SmartSensors for Doors and Windows, contact sensors for doors and windows that shut down your HVAC system whenever an entrance is opened or shut. However, they work only as part of Ecobee’s new home-security platform, which requires a $5 monthly subscription for its Haven monitoring service.)

The Ecobee thermostat is compatible with the same number of HVAC systems as the Nest, including those systems with humidifiers, dehumidifiers, and ventilators (you can check its compatibility with your system). It does require a C wire, but a power-extender kit and detailed instructions for how to wire it to your HVAC system are included in the box if you don’t have one. It is also Energy Star rated, potentially qualifying you for a rebate.

Installation is similar to that of the Nest and straightforward, although if you have a complicated HVAC system you may want to enlist the help of an expert. Including pairing four sensors, connecting to Wi-Fi, and setting up three smart-home system integrations, installation took us about an hour. If you have to wire in the power extender kit, factor in an extra two hours or hiring an electrician.

This is the only thermostat to feature a built-in smart speaker, and the audio quality and microphone responsiveness are on a par with those of the third-gen Amazon Echo Dot in quality. All the standard Echo speaker features are here, including Alexa Calling, Messaging, and Drop In, so you can use your thermostat as you would an old-school intercom system. It doesn’t work with Alexa multi-room music.

In use, the Ecobee thermostat offers you two main ways to control your climate:

  • Smart Home and Away sensing: Using temperature and occupancy sensors in the device and the remote sensors, the Ecobee adapts your heating and cooling based on where you are or are not in your home. The sensors also determine when your home is empty and accordingly put the system into setback mode to save you energy. You can also add geolocation of your household’s smartphones to help the system know when you’re home or away.
  • Smart scheduling: The Ecobee’s preset Sleep, Home, and Away Schedule (which you can tweak) adapts if any of the sensors detect that you are home when the Schedule determines you should be gone, or vice versa. In addition, the Schedule Assistant feature learns your behavior over time and suggests a better Schedule for you if it determines that you could save more energy (the thermostat only presents the change in an email and in the app—it doesn't automatically implement the change as Nest does). It also has a Vacation Mode that’s easy to set up.

These systems—which Ecobee has re-branded Eco+—work together to balance comfort and energy use, and in our testing the thermostat did a very good job of maintaining the home at a comfortable temperature while not using excessive energy when we were home.

When we were away, however, it took too long to automatically adjust to Away Mode, and then to recognize when we returned home, even with geofencing options turned on. For example, when we arrived home while the Schedule was set to Away, it took over 30 minutes to switch, by which time we had walked over to the thermostat and changed it. Conversely, when we left during a Home period, it sometimes wouldn’t switch over to Away at all, even after the hour waiting period Ecobee says is standard.

Screenshot of web browser showing the setting of the Ecobee thermostat.

To get the greatest energy savings, you need to either manually change the mode to Home or Away status (on the touchscreen or in the app) or set up other smart-home integrations to do that for you (more on those later). But a word of warning here: If you deviate from the Schedule or presence-sensing setup, the system goes into an indefinite hold and can cause problems such as your system running overnight when you thought it would revert to your Sleep setting (this happened in our testing). You can fix this by changing the default hold action in the web settings from “Indefinite” to either a timed delay or “Until the next scheduled activity.”

If you want to use your Ecobee thermostat with a smart-home system, this problem gets trickier: If you use Alexa, HomeKit, or another external system to change the temperature, the thermostat will hold at that setpoint until you manually change it. Our advice is to stick with one system (either Ecobee’s platform itself, or Alexa, HomeKit, or Google Assistant) and just use that. If you bounce between them, you’ll end up confusing the Ecobee and possibly using more energy than you would have without a smart thermostat.

A big selling point of the Ecobee thermostat is that it's compatible with all those different smart-home systems. Because Alexa is built into the device, you can use your voice to adjust the temperature, ask Alexa which equipment is running, and hear what the temperature is in different rooms. The voice assistant can even set up Vacation Mode for you, and you can plug the thermostat into Alexa’s Routines.

HomeKit integration is a nice feature for Apple users. You can access your thermostat settings directly from your iPhone’s Control Center with a quick swipe, control the Ecobee by voice with Siri, and add it to HomeKit’s Scenes, which are presets you configure between one or more devices and trigger by button or voice—a “Good Morning” Scene, for instance, could turn up the thermostat, turn on the lights, and start the news.

The Ecobee also works with Samsung’s SmartThings, Google Assistant, and most other smart-home platforms.

A note on Eco+

Last year, Ecobee pushed a software update to all its thermostats that automatically enabled a feature called Eco+, which the company said was designed to improve energy and cost savings without impacting comfort.

At its most basic, Eco+ is a software upgrade that claims to improve on the existing Home and Away feature, reducing the amount of time the system takes to switch to Away to one hour instead of two (this did not bear out in our testing, as noted above). It also adds four new features, including the suggested Schedule changes we’ve discussed, a Feels Like feature that leverages humidity sensing to help keep your home more comfortable, and Time of Use and Community Energy Savings options that allow you to connect your thermostat to your utility company to take advantage of any rebates or special pricing it might offer.

Although the update occurred automatically, the features have to be set up manually, and if you don’t want any of them you can disable them individually. If you are using just the Ecobee thermostat and app to manage your home’s climate, we recommend keeping the Smart Home and Away feature and Schedule Assistant on. If you’re using a third-party smart-home system to manage the device, however, turn them off.

We have not been able to properly test the Feels Like feature, as we did our testing during the summer in South Carolina, when average humidity hovers around 70% indoors. But the alerts it sent indicating that humidity was high seemed to be a useful addition. Similarly, our test household’s utility provider does not participate in any of the connected thermostat programs, so we can’t provide any perspective on that. But if yours does, we advise talking with your utility company first to understand exactly how the program might impact you before enabling anything through the thermostat.

Budget pick: Honeywell Home T5 Smart Thermostat

Honeywell Home T5 Smart Thermostat set up on a wall.

The Honeywell Home T5 Smart Thermostat is the least expensive smart thermostat we recommend. Although it can’t sense your presence at home and doesn’t automatically create a Schedule, it offers many of the other major features you might look for in a smart thermostat, including smart scheduling, native geofencing, integration with the major smart-home platforms, and an Energy Star rating. If you are specifically looking for a thermostat to use with Alexa, Google Assistant, or Siri and don’t need more advanced capabilities, the T5 is a good option.

The T5 edged out our previous budget pick (the Ecobee3 Lite, which works with all of the same systems) because it’s less expensive. The T5 is good-looking, if somewhat chunky, consisting of a sleek black box with white fonts on a black screen, like a digital alarm clock. It’s compatible with most 24-volt conventional forced air, heat pump, hot water, and steam heating systems, and it supports two-stage heating and cooling, though not humidifiers and dehumidifiers. To use the T5, your HVAC system must have a C wire; if it doesn't, Honeywell sells another model, the T5+, which includes a power extender kit.

Installation is straightforward, and the device walks you through enabling geofencing and setting the temperature you want for Wake, Home, Away, and Sleep Modes. You use the Honeywell Home companion app to pair the thermostat with HomeKit (if you want to) and to connect the device to Wi-Fi to set up Schedules or enable geofencing. In our initial testing, we encountered issues with the device disconnecting from Wi-Fi, but after a reset we had no further problems. The big, black screen does get dirty quickly, but a “clean screen” option gives you 30 seconds to wipe it down without making your thermostat go haywire.

The screen displays the time and current temperature until you touch it, which in our testing required a surprisingly forceful press (and sometimes more than one). It then displays the time, the target temperature, the current temperature, and a huge array of on-screen buttons, including for plus and minus temperature; Home, Away, and Sleep Modes; the current Mode; and Off, Cool, Heat, Emergency Heat, and Fan. (Resideo, the manufacturer, crammed in quick access to all the buttons to relieve you from having to manually scroll through and select the functions, which is clunky and unintuitive.)

The T5 can use geofencing to trigger changes in the thermostat’s settings by monitoring the location of your smartphone as well as the phones of anyone else in your household (which can cause problems if any of your household members don’t have a smartphone). Based on your location and time of day, it then switches to your Home, Away, or Sleep preset. This function worked well in the downstairs zone of our two-story test home, but we preferred the scheduling option for the upstairs zone. You can’t have a Schedule and geofencing enabled on the same device at the same time, something that’s true of most of the thermostats we tested except, notably, the Nest and Ecobee models.

Setting a Schedule in the Honeywell Home app is straightforward and far simpler than doing so on the device, with its scrolling menus that look like an old-timey Speak & Spell. Choose from “Same Every Day” or “Different on Weekends” to start with, and you get a preset Schedule you can easily adapt to your needs.

Electric baseboard pick: Mysa Smart Thermostat

Our pick for the best smart thermostat for electric baseboards the Mysa Smart Thermostat

The Mysa Smart Thermostat is a line-voltage smart thermostat, so unlike all the other models we tested, it works with 120- or 240-volt electric heating sources, such as electric baseboard heating. There are limited options for line-voltage smart thermostats, but we recommend the Mysa because it doesn’t require a separate hub to connect to the internet, it has an easy-to-use app, and it has a simple and attractive design with a subtle dot-matrix-like display and capacitive buttons. The Mysa thermostat also has built-in geofencing and works with Alexa, Google Assistant, HomeKit and Siri, SmartThings, and IFTTT.

Baseboard heaters are typically controlled by individual thermostats at each unit—adding smart thermostats brings a huge benefit because it allows you to control all your units at once rather than by hand in every single room. And if you have more than one heater controlled by the same thermostat now, you can wire a single Mysa in its place (provided the total load doesn’t exceed 3,800 watts). You can also put multiple units into zones—upstairs, downstairs, bedrooms, and so on—to adjust them simultaneously in the app as one unit. Aside from offering a huge boost in convenience, the Mysa has the potential to dramatically improve efficiency by intelligently adapting to your energy usage.

The big caveat is that in installing the Mysa system, you need to replace every thermostat, which gets expensive quickly—though that up-front cost could be offset by energy bill savings, since electric baseboard heating is so much less energy-efficient than other systems.

Due to the limitations of our test home, we weren’t able to test the Mysa thermostat on a baseboard heater, but we did rig it up to a dummy unit to test its responsiveness, features, and app control. Installation is simpler than for a Nest or Ecobee model, as it has fewer wires, but you’re dealing with much higher voltage levels, so it’s imperative that you shut off the power before installing.

Once you’ve installed the thermostat, you use the Mysa app to set it up, connecting it directly to your home’s Wi-Fi (2.4 GHz only). The only setting you can adjust directly on the Mysa is temperature, so to tweak other settings you have to use the app. The display shows the ambient temperature by default, and when you press the up or down arrow, it changes the heat settings accordingly and shows the adjusted temperature.

The Mysa thermostat manages your heating in a few different ways. You can use a preset, Energy Star–recommended work-week Schedule or create a customized Schedule by using a wizard. The wizard asks a few simple questions concerning what time you wake up and go to bed, how often you leave the house, and what Sleep, Home, and Away setpoints you prefer. Early Start is an optional setting that learns how long it takes to heat up a given room and then adjusts the Schedule to make everything toasty right on time.

The optional Intelligent Eco Mode (which you can turn off) imperceptibly modulates the temperature by a half-degree to boost your savings over time as it learns how your system works. Because baseboard heat doesn’t rely on blowing air around like furnace heat, your Mysa thermostat can maintain temperatures more efficiently while keeping these tiny changes unnoticeable.

One feature we were able to fully test—and found very reliable—is geolocation. On the Mysa thermostat, it works in tandem with the scheduling (so it works more like the feature on the Ecobee than on the Honeywell), giving you the option to have your regular Schedule resume or pause when you arrive or leave, or to hold a set temperature. It’s a nice way of implementing what we’ve found can be a spotty, often hard-to-use feature when it comes to controlling a home’s climate. Because geolocation relies on your smartphone’s location and not presence sensors, it may not be a good choice if you have family members or visitors who aren’t tied to the Mysa app, or the heat may shut off on them whenever you leave.

We weren’t able to test the Mysa system’s energy-reporting capabilities, but based on a demo we saw it’s capable of providing near real-time reports of electrical usage, as the current runs directly through it. That lets you see exactly how much electricity you're using—as well as exactly how much that energy is costing you, an impressive motivator to put on an extra sweater. You can drill down into the month, week, and day, as well as by the whole system, zone, or individual unit.

The biggest flaw of the Mysa thermostat is its price, since electrical baseboard heating generally requires a thermostat in every room. That means you could need between three and 10 units, for a $420 to $1,400 investment. We are currently testing a new Wi-Fi model from Sinopé that is $20 cheaper (See What to look forward to). Mysa’s clean, minimalist design is attractive, but it does limit the display of on-device details.

We were disappointed that the Mysa thermostat doesn’t let you make across-the-board changes to a Schedule once you’ve set it up—only to individual times and temperatures. So if you want to tweak a daily start time, for example, you have to either manually copy it to every day or delete the whole Schedule and start from scratch.

What to know before you buy

A few things to know about smart thermostats before you choose one:

  • If you have more than one climate-controlled zone, you will need to buy one smart thermostat per zone. (Even though the Nest and Ecobee platforms support remote sensors, those sensors feed to a single thermostat, not to the HVAC system as a whole.)
  • Not all models work with all systems. In particular, systems with whole-house dehumidifiers, heat pumps, and ventilation systems will work only with the higher-end thermostat models. Check the thermostat company’s compatibility tool online before purchasing one, and pay careful attention to your existing wiring, as this will determine how well a smart thermostat will work with your system. (Check this page for system compatibility with the Nest Learning Thermostat, and this page for help with wiring.)
  • If your current thermostat’s wiring does not include a C wire (usually blue), you will need to choose your smart thermostat carefully. Read on for more.

A common wire, or C wire, supplies AC current from your furnace to the thermostat to power the screen, among other things, and some homes, especially older ones, may not have that wire (if your current thermostat has just two wires, you don’t have a C wire). Some thermostats, including Nest models, can work in the absence of a C wire by stealing power from other wires. That clever solution can cause serious side effects, according to Bronson Shavitz, an HVAC contractor we spoke with in 2016: He told us that old-school furnaces are generally resilient enough to provide power for devices such as the Nest and Honeywell (Lyric) thermostats, but that the high-tech circuit boards on newer furnace models can be more prone to failure as a result (although newer models are more likely to have a C wire). The expense of replacing a furnace or AC board, plus the cost of professional installation, outweighs the convenience or energy savings of a smart thermostat. Google addresses this problem and what systems are best suited for Nest thermostats on this page.

There are a few other solutions to the C wire conundrum. One option is to have an electrician install one for about $150. Alternatively, Ecobee and Honeywell offer the option of hardwiring a power extender kit to your HVAC system yourself, and some smart thermostats claim to work without one—but you should take that promise with a grain of salt and confirm with a professional if you are unsure.

While some smart thermostats have removable batteries to provide power—the Emerson Sensi and the new Nest Thermostat both use batteries—that only allows the thermostat to work like a standard programmable model. They don’t provide enough power for the thermostat to connect to Wi-Fi to enable the smart features.

Sustainability and smart thermostats

Many of our readers are concerned about how the manufacturing, shipping, and normal use of the products we recommend impact the world we all live in. Wirecutter takes that seriously too, which is why we’ve asked the manufacturers of all our picks to answer some basic questions about the materials they use, the life cycle of their products, and related issues that affect their overall sustainability. While our product recommendations are based on the criteria outlined in How We Picked and Tested, we offer this information to supplement the decision of any reader who would want to use environmental impact as a deciding factor in their purchases. We also recognize that due to the complicated nature of the topic, this info is necessarily incomplete and may not paint a full picture of a given product’s overall environmental impact.

Smart thermostats are innately energy-saving devices, especially when they replace traditional, non-programmable thermostats. All of our picks except the Mysa are Energy Star certified by the Environmental Protection Agency (Mysa isn’t included, as line-voltage thermostats aren’t an Energy Star category yet), which means they have been independently verified to provide energy savings. Ecobee says that with its SmartThermostat, users can expect to save up to 26% off their heating and cool bill versus having a thermostat set at a fixed temperature of 72. Mysa also claims 26% savings. Nest claims it can save 10-12% on heating and 15% on cooling (so from 25- 27% on your total annual HVAC bill).

Unlike traditional thermostats, which may last decades, smart ones are essentially small computers and so require periodic software updates to remain compatible and secure. And as a relatively new product category, we don’t yet know what a reasonable lifespan is. Mysa says it estimates a 10-15 years life for its thermostats and says it will continue to support it with updates. Ecobee says its products have an average lifespan of more than 10 years and notes that 2/3rds of its 2014 Ecobee3 models are still in use; for now it plans to support those devices and all newer ones indefinitely. Similarly Nest says that a “significant portion” of the 1st generation thermostats sold in 2011 and 2012 are still in use, and that while it continues to offer critical security updates to all its devices it only commits to providing updates for 5 years. Honeywell did not provide a lifespan estimate.

None of the thermostats have user-serviceable parts, which isn’t a surprise—they’re fully electronic—and only the Nest thermostat contains a battery, which isn’t replaceable but should last “the lifespan of the device” though Nest won’t specify what that is. None of our picks contain recycled content. Ecobee notes that it does not use conflict minerals or mercury, and also that it refurbishes and resells devices that have been returned and offers a three-year warranty on them; it also funds thermostat recycling programs so that mercury from traditional thermostats is safely reclaimed.

In terms of manufacturing and materials used, all of the companies note that the packaging they use is in part or completely recyclable, and some are even made from recycled or sustainable materials. For instance the packaging tray that the Honeywell Home T5 sits in is made from molded pulp, which is nearly 100% recycled content. Mysa says product packaging for its next model (though not the current one) will be 100% recyclable. Ecobee says almost all of its packaging and printed materials have been reduced, and are recyclable or compostable, and some are made from recycled materials. Ecobee’s company’s complete sustainability statement can be found here. Nest says 96% of its packaging is recyclable paper or fiber-based material.

None of these companies offer discounts or incentives for upgrading from an older model, though both Ecobee, Honeywell and Nest are widely available at discounted prices from utility companies through partner programs. And while all of the companies encourage owners to recycle their devices when they eventually die, only Nest will provide a free shipping label and box for you to send in any thermostat for reclamation and data destruction, which you can learn about here.

What to look forward to

Google has confirmed that the Nest Thermostat will work with Matter, an emerging new smart-home standard intended to make smart-home gadgets universally compatible. This should mean that you can control your Nest thermostat from any participating ecosystem’s app—including the Alexa app and the Apple HomeKit app. Google has not said whether the Nest Learning Thermostat will be compatible. Matter support should arrive in 2022.

Sinopé’s Wi-Fi version of its line-level thermostat is, at $115, less expensive than our current pick from Mysa and doesn’t require a Zigbee hub (as the company’s previous models do). In early testing of this model, we have been impressed. Though Sinopé doesn’t offer advanced smart features like Mysa’s Intelligent Eco Mode, the geofencing and HomeKit integration work well. We will update this guide when our testing is complete.

The Amazon Smart Thermostat is only $60, but promises many of the energy-saving and convenience features we like in our current picks. And it partnered with Honeywell, one of the biggest names in home HVAC, to create it. The thermostat requires that your wiring includes a C-wire for power, but you’re able to add a C-wire adapter if you need (for an extra $15). The Amazon Smart Thermostat doesn’t have remote smart sensors, nor does it have Alexa built-in; you'll need to pair it with an Alexa device or use the Alexa app for voice controls. The thermostat is slated to arrive in November.

Google has announced Nest Renew Basic and Renew Premium, a two-tiered service for its Nest line of thermostats intended to incentivize owners to make sustainable and efficient energy choices. The Basic tier will be free when it launches (an invitation is required) and will enable a feature called Energy Shift, which automatically adjusts your thermostat to make use of times of day when energy is cheaper in your locale (where available). The Premium plan includes Clean Energy Match, a system that offsets your energy usage with credits Google has purchased from more than 50 renewable energy sources; access costs $10 a month.

Other smart thermostats we like

Although we strongly recommend our picks for most people, there are some scenarios in which they might be more than you need or not the right fit for your setup. Here are a few other smart thermostats that are worth considering.

The Honeywell Home T9 Smart Thermostat is the least expensive smart thermostat available that works with external room sensors, and its sensors are excellent. Able to detect motion, temperature, and humidity, they’re the most robust sensors available for a DIY thermostat. In our testing, the T9 combined with sensors made our home very comfortable. Unfortunately, the T9 system doesn’t have any of these sensors in the main unit itself, so if you want those features where the thermostat is, you have to stick a sensor next to it—not an elegant solution. But beyond the sensors, the T9 just isn’t that smart. You can use geofencing or a Schedule, but not both, and although the sensors detect occupancy, you can’t use them to set your thermostat to Away Mode. There’s also no HomeKit support as there is in the T5. However, the T9 is competitively priced considering it comes with one sensor, so it is a good option if you want the capabilities that sensors provide but don’t need (or want to pay for) the more advanced features of the Nest or Ecobee platform.

If you don’t need to use remote temperature sensors, the Google Nest Thermostat is a less expensive, simpler model that replaces our previous pick, the Google Nest Thermostat E (that version is now available only through professional installers). It has a tactile touch bar in lieu of the signature dial control, doesn’t work with remote sensors, and doesn’t “learn” your heating and cooling schedule like its sibling. However, the Home/Away feature powered by the Google Home app is very reliable. During a four-day vacation this summer, it ran for a total of three hours, saving us energy and money. The Nest does have the same HVAC monitoring feature as our pick, and in our testing it effectively alerted us (in the app, on the device, and via email) to a problem with our unit. It correctly identified what was wrong so that when we called a repair person, he was able to fix it without spending costly time troubleshooting the issue—essentially, it paid for itself with that one repair visit. And at $130 it’s a good budget option, especially if you are invested in the Google Nest ecosystem.

The Ecobee3 Lite Smart Thermostat is a budget model with all the same capabilities as our Ecobee pick, minus built-in Alexa and the inclusion of occupancy sensors—that is, neither a built-in sensor nor a remote sensor (though it is compatible with the remote units). Once you buy two sensors to bring it to the same level of usability as our Ecobee pick (which comes with one remote sensor and also has a built-in sensor), you end up paying nearly the same price. As such, we recommend the Ecobee3 Lite if you live in a small home or apartment and don’t need more sensors, require a HomeKit-compatible thermostat, or want to control your home’s climate via a combination of scheduling and geofencing.

The competition

We tested all of the following models, and although they met most of our initial criteria and some even have lower prices than our picks, each suffered from flaws significant enough to prevent us from recommending them.

The Emerson Sensi Touch is an upgraded touchscreen version of the Sensi Wi-Fi (a previous budget pick in this guide). Although it offers geofencing as an option over a fiddly Schedule setup, you have to set heating and cooling separately, and there’s no option for customized geofencing or temperature setpoints for Home/Away/Sleep—instead, it simply sets your thermostat back 3 degrees when you exit a 3-mile radius.

The $80 Wyze Thermostat is the cheapest smart thermostat we’ve seen, and it employs geofencing and a built-in motion sensor to detect your presence and then switch the system mode to Home or Away. But in our testing, geolocation was unreliable—when our household was on vacation, it continued to run our system for seven to 10 hours a day. It also lacks a pre-cooling/heating feature, so it took a really long time to cool down our test home, and it was never at the scheduled temperature at the right time. On top of that, the learning features and remote sensors (to detect temperature, humidity, and motion) that Wyze has promised have yet to materialize. It works with most HVAC systems and does require a C wire but comes with an adapter kit.

The Honeywell Home Round (originally the Lyric) is appealing design-wise. But there’s no reason to buy this thermostat over its less expensive sibling, the T5, unless you have a complicated system (it’s compatible with more systems than the T5 is) or the space-age, circular, white design fits better with your home’s aesthetic.

Johnson Controls’s Glas smart thermostat is straight out of Star Trek, with a stunning 5-inch, OLED touchscreen that is very responsive (and quickly soiled by fingerprints). But its intelligence is strictly 21st century and based solely on its built-in occupancy sensor. Otherwise, it works just like a programmable thermostat you can control with Alexa or Google Assistant.

The Lux Kono has an unusual scheduling process that tells you how much your energy costs will increase or decrease based on the changes you make; it also offers changeable faceplates in multiple colors. Its click-wheel user interface is not intuitive (the company had to add reminder notes behind the faceplate), and multiple owner reviews report significant problems with temperature adjustments and inconsistent temperatures.

The basic-looking iDevices Thermostat has a tiny screen that’s glaringly bright, with no dimming. Its user interface is confusing, and the physical buttons don’t light up, so you can’t see them in the dark. It has geofencing but otherwise is just a programmable thermostat, and changing a Schedule once you’ve set it is tricky.

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5 hours agoGoogle Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy. Mountain View, CA 94043. Phone Number: The phone number for Google headquarters is 1-650-253-0000. Fax Number: Faxes can be sent to 1-650-253-0001. Email: Contacting Google headquarters or the executive team by email may not be an option.

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8 hours agoGoogle is here to help. Discover our office locations and different ways to contact us so that we can provide you with the support you need.

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Contact us members Nest Pensions

Just NowContact us - members. To find out how much is in your pot, manage your contributions or change your Nest retirement date, log in to your account. You can also send us a message using the secure mailbox in your account. We’ll then have all your information to hand to help us answer your questions quickly.

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Log into the Nest app

2 hours ago Sign in to the Nest app in your web browser with your Google Account or non-migrated Nest Account. Connect your Nest Thermostats, Nest Cams, Nest Doorbell, or Nest devices and add Nest

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Repair Centre – Google Store

Just Now Chat online with a Google Support Specialist during business hours. Pixel Phone Help. Search for help topics related to your issue. Or try one of these top support articles. Fix a Pixel phone that won't charge or turn on Fix battery drain problems on a Pixel phone. Fix a Pixel that freezes or won't respond Fix a Pixel screen that isn't working

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300 0200 393

4 hours ago Call us. 0300 0200 393. Our phone lines are available from 8am to 8pm Monday to Sunday and 10am to 4pm on bank holidays. We’re closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. If you’re calling us from outside the UK, dial +44 300 0200 393.

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You can use Google Duo on web without a phone number

7 hours agoGoogle Nest Hub; Google Nest Hub Max take calls without having your telephone number linked to whereby you have to enter your phone number to continue. Of course, Google has made plans for

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How to make video calls on Google Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max

6 hours ago How to hide your phone number when calling from a Google Home/Nest speaker or display If you'd rather people didn't see your phone number when making a voice call or video call from your Google

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Nest and Google’s Customer Service Problem

5 hours agoGoogle’s disinterest in customers could make Nest’s subpar tech service even worse. Whereas Apple is interested in the customer, Google is interested in data—it’s in its DNA. That’s

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How To Unlink My Mobile Number From My Google Account

7 hours ago How To Unlink Our Phone Number From The Google Account. Before taking this step, keep in mind that, among the benefits of linking your phone number to the Google account, is being able to log in with your device. In this way, instead of writing our email or name as credentials, our phone number and password will suffice.

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300 020 0393

2 hours ago If you can't find what you're looking for there and your query is urgent you can get in touch by calling 0300 020 0393. Webchat is currently unavailable. Our offices are now closed for the Bank Holiday. You can reach us during our normal opening times of 8am to 8pm …

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Just Now Chat. Chat online with a Google Support Specialist. Pixel Phone Help. Search for help topics related to your issue. Or try one of these top support articles. Fix a Pixel phone that won't charge or turn on Fix battery drain problems on a Pixel phone. Fix a Pixel that freezes or won't respond Fix a Pixel screen that isn't working right.

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G4CVZ Thermostat by Google

1 hours ago For FCC Compliance Statement, visit g.co/nest/fcccompliance Responsible Party U.S. Contact Information Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043. Contact: g.co/nest/contact Model Number: G4CVZ Product Name: Google Nest Thermostat Open Source Compliance g.co/nest/notices Google LLC. G logo, Google, Google Nest Thermostat

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Connecting Ooma with Google Home Phone Support

3 hours ago You can link your Ooma system with your Google account to automatically keep records of your home telephone activity. You can automatically update a spreadsheet with a list of your call logs, save your voicemails to Google Drive, and more. No matter how you choose to combine Ooma with Google, you can open up a world of possibilities to enhance your home telephone.

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3 hours ago 5G Google Pixel Mobile Phones - Google Store. Skip navigation. 0. Guest. Sign in with Google. Orders.

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Google Home calling: How does it work and where is it

Just Now Once set up following the steps above, to place Google Supported calls with Nest speakers or smart displays, all you have to do is say "OK Google, call [name of contact

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How to use Google Duo Without Phone Number Top 2 Methods

1 hours ago Click on Explore. On the Botton Right side you will see a popup to Add Phone number > Click on Later. Now click on Start a call > popup will open > Enter the number and click on the Video call. Its a great way as only Gmail ID is required to call on Google Duo.

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Nest Support is now under Google’s support website following the acquisition of Nest by Google in 2018. Nest has several phone numbers that vary depending on the country you’re in. Unlike Arlo Support which limits phone support only to subscribed customers, you can call Nest Cam for any help with any of your Nest devices.

Can you make phone calls with google nest?

Video and voice calling. Make calls between your speakers, displays, and mobile devices. All calls are free. Emergency calls cannot be made with Duo. With Google Nest Hub Max, you can also send and receive video messages. Google-supported calling allows you to make free audio calls to mobile, landline and business phone numbers.

How can i find my phone on nest?

You can check by going to Settings on your phone, then Security, then “Find My Device.” Make sure this is turned on. While this may be redundant, just double-check that you’re signed in to the same Google account on your phone as you are on the Nest. Also, make sure you can use Google Play just fine.

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Rated with 1 star
Jeff of Tarzana, CA Verified Reviewer
Original review: Sept. 29, 2021

Loyal Nest customer with multiple products. Purchased Nest doorbell to compliment the other Nest cameras and the product will not activate/come online. Google Nest told me it was defective and sent a replacement with the same issue. I spent hours and hours and hours troubleshooting with them and it will not work. I even spent $100 on a Nest pro who couldn't resolve the problem. Nest refuses to take the product back and refund my $229 and the Nest pro. The Google acquisition of Nest has been terrible for the consumer. I am appalled how they treat customers and will never ever purchase their products again.

Rated with 1 star
Christopher of Mount Juliet, TN Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 23, 2021

Google screwed Nest up beyond belief. My system is no longer works. Nest is no longer compatible with any TV or TV App. Waste of money. Do NOT migrate your account if you’re already up and running. New users are screwed. Google should buy back my perfectly working system before they bought Nest and screwed everyone over. One of the richest companies on the planet and they can be bothered. Joke!!

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Rated with 1 star
diane of Hanover, Other Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 21, 2021

A big company that doesn't offer good customer service. I had issues with the Nest thermostat, and they sent me a refurbished one and I sent my thermostat back. The unit they sent me was incomplete - it was missing the back part of the unit. Many personal issues did not allow for the unit to be installed in a timely basis. They will not send a replacement back. For the pennies it costs them to do, they have lost a customer for life. And I hope many more.

Rated with 1 star
Mario of New York, NY Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 16, 2021

I cannot log in to my Nest account because I changed cell phone number. I have an account for at least 5 years and 7 cameras connected but no access because I simply cannot receive the access code by SMS. I even went to the new Google store in Chelsea NY and they weren't able to help. Their recommendation was to try to recover my number with T Mobile. I tried but the number was transferred to Verizon. Tried them too and the number belongs to a customer but when I call I get an out of service message. It's unbelievable that a company like Google/Nest is unable to verify my account and grant me access.

Rated with 1 star
Sheena of Fort Lauderdale, FL Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 2, 2021

I am very disappointed in the way I was treated by the customer service department. My outdoor camera was not working because the wire was damaged which was shocking as it should be able to hold up against the outdoors. When I spoke to customer service they did not offer much help which is upsetting as I am a loyal customer with all Nest products throughout my home. I have had other devices such as ring and when anything like this happens they are happy to help as it is a safety issue to not have a working camera and the fact that I pay a fee to Nest have a working camera. I hope things change with their policies.

Rated with 1 star
Paulette of Lake Havasu City, AZ Verified Reviewer
Original review: July 10, 2021

PLEASE PLEASE DO NOT BUY ANY OF THEIR PRODUCTS!!!! I bought the entire system all NEST products. Spent over 2k and one of my thermostats went off of my app, and stopped working a week ago.. Spent several hours today, not to count on the last week.. to have the customer service rep.. laugh at me and put me on hold for 20 minutes and then come back on the line to ask me the same questions.. It is 128 degrees where I live and they advised that my product is under warranty however I would have to send my thermostat to them and then wait 10-15 days for a replacement.. I will be taking all of my Google and NEST products out of my home.. Please do not buy these products the un-professionalism and incompetent service will drive you to purchase other products..

Rated with 1 star
Michael of Fort Lauderdale, FL Verified Reviewer
Original review: July 1, 2021

Terrible experience dealing with Google Nest. I have had it for many years and sold the house it was attached to and no longer needed Nest Aware. Not keeping up with when the yearly auto renew happens I was charged yesterday 6/30/2021 and reached out to them today to explain that I no longer lived this home or had the system and since the subscription got renewed yesterday I would like to cancel it and get a refund. I was denied my refund after canceling and only being charged yesterday. Very disappointed in the level of customer support. Not to mention in these difficult times big business trying get every cent they can while hurting the everyday people this wrong and Google should be ashamed Google multi billion dollar company can't refund someone 120.00. Terrible customer services and leadership practices.

Rated with 1 star
Rosemary of Milford, MA Verified Reviewer
Original review: June 29, 2021

I bought the 3rd generation thermostat 2 years ago. Easy installation and classy look. Last year went on vacation mid winter and found the thermostat offline and house cold. Fixed that. Now it sets its own temperatures. Summer is here. I set at 72 and come home and it’s set at 80. It offline for no reason and now base won’t charge!! Going back to my old thermostat where I set and forget it. Very dissatisfied.

Rated with 1 star
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Shaun of Winter Park, FL Verified Reviewer
Original review: May 19, 2021

We have had a best thermostat for over 2 years now. The other day it just fell right off the wall. I picked it up and the ring was dented. It’s difficult to turn when trying to change the temperature so I have to use the app. Used the customer service chat feature and spoke with Courtney. Her response was for me to buy a new thermostat. No offer to assist no apologies that it’s faulty and fell off the wall. Just buy a new one. I wasn’t looking for a free one. Just options. Can I take it somewhere to be repaired? Can I buy the parts. Nothing. Horrible service. I will be replacing it with a non-Nest device and removing their other items from my home.

Rated with 2 stars
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James of Tucson, AZ Verified Reviewer
Original review: May 4, 2021

When I built my home I was encouraged by the builder to integrate the Nest sensor system. In retrospect, I am sorry I did. Google Nest is all about making money, not protecting you and your home. The sensor and thermostat installations keep changing so the mounting and wiring has to be changed as well. The system is hugely expensive and not plug-in-play. Nest has figured out a way to do that to your wallet.

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Google Nest Reviews and Complaints nest.com @ Pissed

Just Now The overall rating of the company is 1.8 and consumers are mostly dissatisfied. Recent recommendations regarding this business are as follows: "Good luck if you need customer service.", "Buy a stand alone system", "Check for app repair prior to purchase. Otherwise can be very frustrating", "Google sucks", "Avoid". View full Google Nest overview

Rating: 1.8/5(72)

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Top 252 Nest Reviews ConsumerAffairs

2 hours ago I had issues with the Nest thermostat, and they sent me a refurbished one and I sent my thermostat back. The unit they sent me was incomplete - it was missing the back part of the unit. Many

Rating: 3.7/5(252)

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Amazon.com: Customer reviews: Google Nest Thermostat

1 hours ago Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Google Nest Thermostat - Smart Thermostat for Home - Programmable Wifi Thermostat - Snow at Amazon.com. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

Rating: 4.3/5

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Amazon.com: Customer reviews: Nest Thermostat

4 hours ago The thermostat is best controlled through the Nest app. 1. You don’t need to say goodbye for the Nest to go to Eco mode & know you’re away. Set your Eco high and low temps, & when you haven’t walked past the thermostat in a while it will sense you are gone if you have the home away assist on. It will automatically go into Eco mode.

Rating: 3.2/5

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How do I make a formal complaint about nest thermostat

4 hours ago Hello, How do I make a formal complaint to Google about a nest thermostat and the shocking customer care that Google has provided. My case reference is 2-0820000031209. As of today I have not had a functioning nest thermostat for going on 2 months. The device itself has failed twice and the customer care from google has been diabolical.

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Nest Reviews Read Customer Service Reviews of nest.com

2 hours ago The out of warranty thermostat - the whole nest has to be replaced, not just the heatlink. Ridiculous. Again, a refund of installation costs was agreed. Miraculously, Nest can now apparently refund directly to Google pay. This apparently takes 10 days. 12 days later, no refund, and no …

Rating: 1.2/5

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Nest Thermostat 2021 Reviews by Wirecutter

6 hours agoNest has been our favorite smart thermostat for five years. There are two versions of the Nest available: the Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd generation) and the Nest Thermostat.

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Nest Learning Thermostat: Best for Scheduling Reviews.org

Just Now A major complaint reviewers had about this Nest thermostat in the past: it didn’t display the current temperature. Since the product’s release, the current temperature has been added to the screen. It’s shown as a tiny number on the side, though. The big number onscreen is the target temperature your thermostat is trying to reach.

Rating: 4.5/5

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5 Best Nest Thermostats Oct. 2021 BestReviews

2 hours ago Through the Nest app, a Nest thermostat can alert you when your furnace or other HVAC equipment is experiencing issues, so you can have the problem corrected before the entire system fails. It also reminds you to change your forced air system filters regularly, so …

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Reviews for Google Nest Thermostat Smart Programmable Wi

6 hours agoNest Learning Thermostat offers 95% compatibility with 24V HVAC systems, while Nest Thermostat offers 85%. The Nest Thermostat will require a C wire in order to make it compatible with your system. For schedule, you can try doing the following: Create your temperature presets: - Go to temperature preference> Temperature presets > Create a

Rating: 4/5(970)

Brand: Google

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Nest thermostat troubleshooting and why I ditched the Nest

3 hours agoNest thermostat has power issues. If your Nest thermostat isn’t getting enough charge for whatever reason, it will not work properly or cause your AC to power on and off. One way you can resolve this is by connecting your Nest to a constant power wire from the furnace. I’m no electrician or furnace expert but I was able to handle this.

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Nest Thermostat (2020) review, three months later: The

4 hours agoNest Thermostat (2020) review, three months later: The smart home gateway. By Ryan Whitwam Updated Feb 25, 2021. Share Share Tweet Email. You can't argue with the …

Rating: 8.5/10

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Nest thermostat compatibility Google Nest Help

8 hours ago The Nest thermostat and Nest app will show you system status information without connecting L wires. Get pro installation for a dual fuel system. A dual fuel heating and cooling system (also called a hybrid or packaged system) is a combination of a heat pump for primary heating and cooling, and a furnace (usually gas or oil) that provides a

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Amazon takes on Nest with a $59.99 smart thermostat The

5 hours agoNest Thermostat review: more simple than smart Ecobee’s new SmartThermostat is faster, sleeker, and a better Alexa speaker . In This Stream

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Nest Thermostat Review PCMag

5 hours ago On the front, the Nest Thermostat features a circular mirrored touch display that shows the target and current temperature, and whether it's in active heating or cooling mode. The display is

Rating: 4/5

Offer Count: 1

Brand: Nest

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Nest Thermostat 3rd Gen. Reviews: What the Critics Say

1 hours ago General Consensus: The Nest’s third go-round at a thermostat is largely seen as the best iteration yet, addressing several complaints about previous models, such as the size of the display and connection with remote sensors. Specs Android/iOS compatible app 24-bit color LCD display (480 x 480 pixels) Rechargeable lithium ion battery

Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins

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Google Nest Thermostat (2020) Review: Still the best

4 hours ago Google Nest Thermostat (2020) review: A little less, yet still the best. MSRP $130.00. Score Details. DT Editors' Choice. “Controlling your home's temperature should never be a …

Rating: 9/10

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Nest Learning Thermostat review: more than a pretty face

1 hours ago You can specify whether the Nest shows you your current temperature or the desired temperature. This Nest Learning Thermostat's claim to fame is its unrivaled ability to learn your habits and adjust home temperature accordingly. Even beyond its scheduling functionality, though, its …

Brand: Nest

Offer Count: 6

Category: Home / Outdoors/Smart Home/Smart Thermostat

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Customer Reviews: Google Nest Learning Smart Wifi

3 hours ago this was my first time installing a thermostat at home on my own. i followed the instructions and when I noticed my very old Thermostat has so much more wires than what nest takes I contacted Nest customer support online using my cell phone and they helped my for about an hour untill Nest was installed and working.

Rating: 4.8/5(13.3K)

Brand: Google

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Nest Thermostat E: Review ZDNet

5 hours agoNest Thermostat E: Review. Here's our in-depth review of the Nest Thermostat E. It is a discreet and easy to install piece of kit that comes to you from Google itself and gives you customizable

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Nest Thermostat (2020) Review: Simple, but it works

Just Now The compact size of the Nest Thermostat (2020) fits in a similar footprint as the Nest Thermostat E, but the edges are a bit sharper. Most likely, you’ll definitely need the trim plate to cover up the hole and damage left by your previous thermostat. It’s not included in the box, though, being a $15 add-on purchased from the Google Store.

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Nest Learning Thermostat vs Nest Thermostat: Which is

4 hours ago One of the big drawbacks to the Nest Thermostat is the fact that it's not compatible with the Nest app. However, you're paying about half the price …

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Amazon.com: Google Nest Thermostat Smart Thermostat for

8 hours ago The Nest Thermostat is designed to work without a C wire in most homes, but for some systems, including heating only, cooling only, zone controlled, and heat pump systems, you’ll need a C wire or other compatible power accessory Nest Thermostat turns itself down when you leave, so you don’t waste energy heating or cooling an empty home

Rating: 4.3/5(8.7K)

Item Weight: ‎5 ounces

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Google Nest Thermostat (2020) Review CGMagazine

9 hours ago The 2020 Google Nest Thermostat is very much a set and forget it style device. Once you have your routines and settings in place, the thermostat will do its job following instructions to …

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Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd Generation review Top Ten

6 hours ago The Nest Learning Thermostat's ability to program itself and extensive smart home compatibility give it a high rating. At over $200, the Nest Learning Thermostat is one of the most expensive thermostats available. It costs more than the average $180 smart thermostat. We think this price is worth the investment, but you can get similar

Rating: 4.5/5

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Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd Generation) Review What

3 hours ago The Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd Generation) is a device that truly makes your life just a little bit easier by learning your optimal comfort levels and bri

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2020 Google Nest Thermostat Review YouTube

3 hours agoNest Thermostat: https://amzn.to/3eHFOz4Nest Thermostat Base Plate: https://amzn.to/3n9sjLvNest Generation 3: https://amzn.to/369Lf5GIn this video we review

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10 Best Nest Thermostat 2021 ReviewsFollow.com.

1 hours ago 10 Best Nest Thermostat of September 2021. List of Top Rated Nest Thermostat from thousands of customer reviews & feedback.

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Nest Learning Thermostat Review ~ October 2021 Gadget Review

Just NowNest Learning Thermostat Review Wrap Up. While the Nest Learning Thermostat is a bit expensive, everything it is makes up for it. It’s easy to …

Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins

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Nest Thermostat review: Easy recommendation for budget

8 hours agoNest Thermostat review: An easy recommendation for budget shoppers Most of the features we love about the top-of-the-line Nest Learning Thermostat—at almost half the cost.

Rating: 4/5

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Review: Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd gen

Just Now Overall review: Nest Learning Thermostat The Nest Learning Thermostat third generation is a small step up from previous generations. With improvements like geo-fencing in the Home/Away feature, Safety Mode to keep pipes from freezing, and energy reports, you can keep tabs on youre energy use more effectively or let the Nest do its thing!

Estimated Reading Time: 9 mins

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Nest Learning Thermostat Reviews 2021

2 hours ago The Nest website and the included directions make anyone like me who is trying to become a DIYer a little more comfortable. The Nest website will walk you through how to connect the wiring and the directions were so easy. After getting the Nest up and running for over a week now I couldn't be happier.

Rating: 5/5(913)

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Nest Learning Thermostat review TechRadar

2 hours agoNest Learning Thermostat - 3rd Generation at Amazon for $219.99. The Nest Thermostat was the company's first product, before it got into security cameras like the Nest Cam IQ and Nest Cam Outdoor

Rating: 4/5

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Best smart thermostats in 2021 Tom's Guide

8 hours ago This thermostat combines the best of the past with the future, and is one of the best smart thermostats that's Google Home compatible. Read our full Nest Learning Thermostat review

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Google Nest Thermostat Review: Intelligent Control for an

7 hours ago Credit: Nest. Google says it designed the Nest Thermostat to be easy for anyone to install, and I can vouch for that. I really hate DIY, and shy away from anything involving drilling, cutting and especially wiring. Yet I was able to get my boring old thermostat off of the wall, and the Nest installed and running within about 20 minutes.

Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins

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Ecobee vs. Nest Thermostat Comparison Reviews.org

6 hours ago The thermostat comes with a built-in smart speaker. Ecobee is compatible with more smart home assistants and protocols. However, if you love Google or Nest products, or if you really want the learning functions or the multiple-user geofencing, the Nest Learning Thermostat is …

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Best smart thermostat 2021 TechRadar

5 hours ago Read the full review: Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd generation (Image credit: Hive) 2. Hive Active Heating 2 (UK only) The best smart thermostat for a single ecosystem. Specifications.

Estimated Reading Time: 10 mins

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Reviews for Google Nest Thermostat Smart Programmable Wi

2 hours ago Hi MICHAEL, thanks for posting a review about your Nest Thermostat. It’s unfortunate to learn that you came across a compatibility issue even if the compatibility checker said it would work, and we’re sorry for falling short on your support needs. We’ll make sure to share your feedback along with the right team to work on improving our

Rating: 3.9/5(925)

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Nest Thermostat Review Central Heating New Zealand

1 hours agoNest Learning Thermostat 3rd Generation review Setup is fairly straightforward, using the thermostat’s controls to hook it up to Wi-Fi, so that it can be remote-controlled. Once online, you can control everything from the Nest app, which is the same app that also controls the cameras and Nest Protect.

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Nest Review: Living with Nest (2021) Boiler Guide

Just Now After Nest. 29th December 2016 – 04 January 2018 (372 days) 14,001. Matt's energy saving of 11.91% supports the Nest claim that their thermostat helps the average UK homeowner to save between 8.4% to 16.5% on their annual energy bills. There are a few different features which make this possible.

Estimated Reading Time: 12 mins

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4th gen Nest Thermostat review TechGadgetsCanada.com

1 hours ago Overall review: Nest Thermostat 4th generation. Overall, I like the new Nest thermostat. I think the new design is really attractive. While it may not be as smart as the Learning Thermostat, it’s still dead simple to program using the Google app. The scheduling and voice control also worked really well.

Estimated Reading Time: 10 mins

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Nest Thermostat E Review Trusted Reviews

6 hours agoNest Thermostat E review: A simple way to upgrade your dumb heating and this model even comes with a pre-programmed schedule so you can plug-in and go.

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Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd generation review: Simple

2 hours agoNest Thermostat review: Compatibility. Nest has built its thermostat to work with the Nest Protect. For example, if a siren goes off, the thermostat can display an alert. Even better, if …

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Google Nest Learning Smart Wifi Thermostat Brass T3032US

7 hours ago 4.0 Megan Wollerton on May 11, 2018. Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd Gen) review: While Nest's $249 (£185/AU$330 converted) third-generation Learning Thermostat ($250 at Amazon) doesn't deviate wildly from previous iterations, this model has a larger screen and a …

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What to do about Nest Thermostat problems?

If all your Nest Thermostat displays is a black screen and won't turn on, try the steps below to troubleshoot the problem: Pull the silver ring of your thermostat gently away from the wall. ... Check the C terminal of the base to see if your Nest Thermostat Base has a C wire attached to it. If you have a C wire installed or have only two wires in your thermostat. ... More items...

Is the Nest Learning Thermostat really worth it?

Why the Nest Thermostat is Worth the Money Nest claims claims that its subtle, habit-changing features, when combined with its intelligent learning over time, leads to an average energy savings of $131-145 per year. This means that by simply using the Nest Thermostat as intended, it will pay for itself in less than two years.

What is the function of a Nest Thermostat?

The Nest Thermostat is a one kind of an electronic, programmable, and Wi-Fi-enabled device. Nest thermostat enhances cooling and heating of homes and offices to conserve energy.

Is there a monthly fee for the Nest Thermostat?

There is no monthly Nest fee to run a Nest Thermostat. However, there is a monthly fee for the Nest cameras if you want to record video. While you can see the live feed with a Nest camera on the app for free, you can not go back to watch video.

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Google Nest Customer Service Phone Number (855) 8888209

(855) 888-8209

Just NowContact Google Nest customer support at phone number. Call or write an email to resolve Google Nest issues: Product/ Service, Account, Request for Information. Visit the company website nest.com or live chat for more information.

Phone: (855) 888-8209

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Google Nest Phone Number Call Now & Skip the Wait

855-469-6378

5 hours ago This phone number is Google Nest's Best Phone Number because 22,134 customers like you used this contact information over the last 18 months and gave us feedback. Common problems addressed by the customer care unit that answers calls to 855-469-6378 include Setup an account, Question, Complaint and other customer service issues.

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Contact Us Google Nest Help

1 hours agoNest Aware Nest Renew HVAC monitoring Nest Pro installation Your privacy To get the most out of Google Home, choose your Help Center: U.S. Help Center, U.K Help Center , Canada Help Center, Australia Help Center .

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Google Nest Help

4 hours ago FAQs about accounts for the Nest app. FAQs on camera sensing: Google Nest Hub Max. FAQs on camera states and controls: Google Nest Hub Max. Google Nest Wifi and your privacy. Create a new account to use the Nest app. Troubleshoot Nest app sign-in issues. Manage your Nest app account security and emails.

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Nest Support Number and Technical Support Guide 10BabyGear

808 169 2307

1 hours ago The contact number for Nest technical support are the same for the US and for Canada. Nest Customer Support Phone Number UK: 0808 169 2307 . If you are based in the UK and have issues with your Nest camera, use 0808 169 2307 to reach Nest Customer Support in the UK. You can also opt to chat with them using this link. This number, 0808 169 2307

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Contact Google Nest customer service Google Nest Community

6 hours agoContact Google Nest customer service. My account. Details. Nest Cameras and Doorbell, iOS device, Google Nest Device. Pinned . Locked . Upvote (90) Subscribe Unsubscribe. Community content may not be verified or up-to-date. Learn more. Latest Update Latest Updates (0) Recommended Answer Recommended Answers (1)

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How Do I Contact Google Support by Phone / Email? …

3 hours ago PRO TIP: If you choose “advertise with Google” or “advertise my business” you are the most likely to get a contact form or a phone number that you can call.They even have live chat for advertisers. How To Contact Google Support If You Are An AdWords Advertiser. When you advertise on Google, you are much more likely to speak with a real customer service representative.

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How can I speak to a live person at Google? Ireport Daily

855-836-3987

8 hours ago Different ways to contact customer service. Customer service at Google is available at any time. There are different ways to connect with Google customer service for support. Here is a list of different ways: By Phone Call. Dial the Google support phone number (1-855-836-3987) for any help or information regarding the problem you are facing.

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Contact Google Fastest, No Wait Time

5 hours ago The best phone number and way to avoid the wait on hold, available live chat options, and the best ways overall to contact Google in an easy-to-use summary, as well as a full comparison of the 5 ways to reach Google, compared by speed and customer recommendations.

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Customer service Google Nest Community

6 hours ago along with the =wrong= telephone number on nest page!! that number goes to google people. how did google get so =broken=. i loved drop cam. nest =sucks= right down to the new user interface. it is not user friendly and does not work as well. there isn't even a contact number that gets you though to nest.

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Google Nest Help

7 hours agoGoogle's connected home devices and services. Data security and privacy on devices that work with Assistant. Sensors in Google Nest devices. Guests and your Google connected home devices. Chromecast, Google Nest, and your privacy. FAQs about accounts for the Nest app. FAQs on camera sensing: Google Nest Hub Max.

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Google Help

3 hours ago As a precautionary health measure for our support specialists in light of COVID-19, we're operating with a limited team. If you need help with a product whose support you had trouble reaching over the phone, consult its product-specific Help Center.

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Contact Nest Google Store

4 hours ago Find an installer. Get help installing your Nest products. Partner with Nest. Get in touch with our energy, Pro, sales or developer teams.

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Google Wifi Help

8 hours ago Official Google Wifi Help Center where you can find tips and tutorials on using Google Wifi and other answers to frequently asked questions.

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How to Directly Contact Google Team for Help/Complaint

650-253-0000

2 hours ago You can call Google Customer Service hotline anytime but get ready to wait as it will take long time if you want to talk to actual person on the other line. United Stated 1-650-253-0000. United Kingdom +44 (0)20-7031-3000. India +91-80-67218000. Mexico +52 55-5342-8400.

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Log into the Nest app

2 hours ago Sign in to the Nest app in your web browser with your Google Account or non-migrated Nest Account. Connect your Nest Thermostats, Nest Cams, Nest Doorbell, or …

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How to Contact Nest Thermostat and Capital Mac Service

4 hours agoNest is a company that is owned by Google and it can be hard to find contact information for Nest sometimes. Here’s the current ways that you can contact Nest technical support to get help with your Nest thermostat issues, which we’ve talked about here before .

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Contact Us for Help Google Ads

844-245-2553

Just NowContact Google Ads to create your account. Google Ads experts are available to provide help with creating your new account. Plus, we can assist with setting up your first campaign at no extra cost. 1-844-245-2553. Get help setting up your account: Mon-Fri, 9am-9pm ET. Contact Us.

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Nest and Google’s Customer Service Problem

5 hours agoNest and Google’s Customer Service Problem Apple Voice Pass recognizes your phone number and says, “Hello Dan,” the moment it picks up. It …

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Google Fiber Internet Support & Customer Service

833-999-2889

3 hours ago Yes, we have a text telephone line at (TTY) 833-999-2889. Please note that we can only respond to Google Fiber related inquiries, and we cannot offer assistance for other Google products that aren’t included in your Google Fiber service. For assistance with …

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Nest Aware Google Store for Google Made Devices

6 hours ago Keep an eye on your home with the new Nest Aware. Subscriptions start at one low price for all your Nest cameras, speakers, and displays. Get more video history and new intelligent alerts.

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Nest Indoor & Outdoor Security Cameras Google Store

6 hours ago Never miss a thing with brilliant 1080p HDR, inside or outside. Nest Cams have video encryption, 2-step verification, and more. Nest cameras can learn the difference between friends and strangers, so you know who’s coming and going.

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Google Nest Installation Google Store

9 hours ago Starting at $99 – you get the help you need with no hidden fees. Easy online booking, plus availability on nights and weekends.

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Google Nest Reviews and Complaints nest.com @ Pissed

(855) 888-8209

Just NowGoogle Nest Overview. Google Nest was first mentioned on PissedConsumer on Dec 28, 2019 and since then this brand received 119 reviews.. Google Nest ranks 61 of 271 in Security and Protection Services category. The overall rating of the company is 1.8 and consumers are mostly dissatisfied.. Recent recommendations regarding this business are as follows: "I would not …

Rating: 1.8/5(72)

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Have Google Nest Call You & Skip the Wait GetHuman Phone

2 hours ago How it works. 1. Tell us what phone number to call you on when we have a Google Nest rep for you. 2. We dial, navigate through their phone maze and wait on hold for as long as it takes while you relax or do as you please. 3. When we finally reach an agent, we call …

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Nest Contact Us

7 hours agoContact us. For initial enquiries and applications: Please call 0808 808 22 44, free to call from landlines or a mobile. Call back request; Email your interest to [email protected] After you’ve applied, if you’d like to speak to your Personal Customer Manager, call …

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Contact Us TMobile

844-428-9675

5 hours ago Quick access numbers. Shopping T-Mobile For personal: 1-800-T-MOBILE For business: 1-844-428-9675 General Customer Care & Technical Support From the T-Mobile app, on a T-Mobile phone From your T-Mobile phone: 611 Call: 1-800-937-8997 If you are calling about a technical issue with your T-Mobile service, please call from a different phone so that we can troubleshoot with you.

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Nest Doorbell (wired) Google Store

2 hours ago Answer your door from anywhere. Person alerts, built-in outdoor home security camera with 8x digital zoom, and prerecorded responses so you never miss a visitor or package.

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Contact us Nest.co.uk

114 243 3000

3 hours agoCustomer services. Our dedicated customer services team are available 9am–5pm (UK time) Monday to Friday. If you have any questions or queries regarding an existing order, please contact us quoting your Nest web order number and our team will be in touch within 24 hours (excluding weekends). Tel: 0114 243 3000 - option 2 Email: [email protected]nest.co.uk

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Contact Us Customer Service Phone Number & Chat Verizon

800.225.5499

3 hours ago Call, chat, or visit a nearby store to talk to our customer support team for your wireless & home services and devices. We are here to help. Search for answers on our support pages and within our knowledge base. Need to talk to a representative? Try here for Sales: 1.800.225.5499 For Customer Service: 1.800.922.0204. Verizon Fios: 1.800.VERIZON, and Verizon Prepaid: 1.888.294.6804

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Google is Ending its Works with Nest Program: What That

9 hours agoGoogle is ending its Works with Nest program. This means that in a few short months, many smart devices will no longer work with Nest. Google is …

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Top 252 Nest Reviews ConsumerAffairs

2 hours ago Tried them too and the number belongs to a customer but when I call I get an out of service message. It's unbelievable that a company like Google/Nest is …

Rating: 3.7/5(252)

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Google Nest Reviews and Complaints nest.com @ Pissed

9 hours agoGoogle Nest Overview. Google Nest was first mentioned on PissedConsumer on Dec 28, 2019 and since then this brand received 105 reviews.. Google Nest ranks 53 of 269 in Security and Protection Services category. The overall rating of the company is 1.9 and consumers are mostly dissatisfied.. Recent recommendations regarding this business are as follows: "Use Ring instead.", …

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Google Nest Home Facebook

6 hours agoGoogle Nest. July 16 at 10:23 AM ·. The #NestThermostat lights up when you enter the room. The display wakes up when you’re near and brightens to show the temperature, weather, or time. https://goo.gle/3dZATua. 4343.

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Store Google Reviews Read Customer Service Reviews of

Just Now bought a google nest audio from google… bought a google nest audio from google store on june 17th. connected it to my wifi worked fine for a week then it disconect from my wifi (google nest wifi). restarted it working fine for a few days then stoped again. I request a …

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Nest Reviews Read Customer Service Reviews of nest.com

2 hours ago Bad customer service I have 5 thermostats between 2 properties. 1 heat link went dead, so I got a replacement. Nest Google didn’t make that easy even though it was under warranty. My second problem with another thermostat is it doesn’t turn the heat on. It was working just fine for a year.

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Amazon.com: Customer reviews: Google Nest

5 hours ago folks, like you, i was going insane trying to connect Alexa to my Nest thermostat. i tried all of the usual stuff, spent hours trying to figure this out. and then i came here to these reviews to see if anyone had figured it out. after scrolling through a bunch of reviews i found one that seemed to work for some people. i followed the steps, and voila! it is all working perfectly again. i dont

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Google Nest, build your connected home Google Store

1 hours ago Build your smart and connected home with Google Nest home automation system including smart thermostats, wireless speakers, smart light bulbs, and more.

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Surprising Customer Service from Google : Nest

6 hours ago 2. level 1. hanxin1985. · 2y. Google customer service in my experiences are pretty good. Nest is garbage however. They will waste an hr going in circles and repeating what you already know. If I wasn't so heavily invested into their products and Google ecosystem, I would …

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Exceptional customer service from Nest Team : Nest

Just Now Exceptional customer service from Nest Team. TL;DR Google support spent hours on a chat with me to help me fix my troubled Google Nest Wifi system and didn't leave me until the issues were completely resolved - extraordinary support experience. The long version . . . Just wanted to let others know how good Google support can be, provided, you

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Nest Learning Thermostat Google Store for Google Made

8 hours ago Easy to install, learns your schedule, programs itself, and uses Wi-Fi to connect to your phone. It’s better than smart. It’s thoughtful.

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Cincinnati Bell Fioptics Internet Support Google Wifi

555-555-5555

5 hours ago Add a Google Nest Wifi point to an existing Google Wifi network; *Please enter your phone number, ex:555-555-5555. Email Address *Please enter an email address. Notify Me. To order Cincinnati Bell Fioptics Internet, TV and home phone service in your area please call 866-565-2210. Fioptics Internet. Speeds up to 100 Mbps.

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Amazon.com: Google Nest Thermostat Smart Thermostat for

3 hours ago Buy Google Nest Thermostat - Smart Thermostat for Home - Programmable WiFi Thermostat - Charcoal GA02081-US Bundle with elago Wall Plate Cover Plus Compatible with Google Nest Thermostat - White: Programmable - Amazon.com FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases

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Is there a phone number for nest support?

Nest Support is now under Google’s support website following the acquisition of Nest by Google in 2018. Nest has several phone numbers that vary depending on the country you’re in. Unlike Arlo Support which limits phone support only to subscribed customers, you can call Nest Cam for any help with any of your Nest devices.

Why do people call google nest customer service?

Why Do People Call Google Nest Customer Service? Cons: Worst tech support & customer service, Poor customer service, Tech support inability to resolve the issues, Poor tech support, Its used for disgusting tactics Companies are selected automatically by the algorithm.

How are the reviews for the google nest?

Google Nest was first mentioned on PissedConsumer on Dec 28, 2019 and since then this brand received 83 reviews. Google Nest ranks 63 of 262 in Security and Protection Services category. The overall rating of the company is 1.7 and consumers are mostly dissatisfied.

How do i sign in to the nest app?

Sign in to the Nest app in your web browser with your Google Account or non-migrated Nest Account. Connect your Nest Thermostats, Nest Cams, Nest Doorbell, or Nest devices and add Nest Aware to one or more devices.

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HOW TO USE NEST THERMOSTAT [THE MISSING MANUAL] - YOUTUBE
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2020-02-29  · Nest Room Sensor: https://amzn.to/38aUIsLWe teach you how to use the Nest Thermostat to control your home. Think of this as the missing manual for your Nest ...
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A LOOK AT THE NEW NEST THERMOSTAT - YOUTUBE
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2020-10-12  · The new Nest Thermostat is thoughtfully designed to be as beautiful as it is intelligent. Not only does it have the smarts to help you save, it also has a cl...
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VIDEO: 3 COMMON GOOGLE NEST THERMOSTAT PROBLEMS AND HOW TO …
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2021-10-08  · While the Google Nest Thermostat install can be fairly simple on most systems, there are occasions where something goes wrong. We’re going to cover 3 common problems and how to solve them ...
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NEST AIRWAVE: WHAT DOES AIRWAVE MEAN ON NEST THERMOSTAT? - …

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  • Use IFTTT to adjust Nest based on outside temperature. IFTTT.com2 (literally "If This Then That") is a handy web application that uses simple argument based formulas - called "recipes" - to help you intelligently utilize your web applications and smart home devices.
  • Save energy and money using Nest “Auto-tune” programs. Being a pioneer in the smart home space, Nest is well aware of the need to conserve energy through the use of well-timed power usage.
  • Using Airwave integration to save energy when you use A/C. If you have central air conditioning, then this feature is exclusive to you. Airwave cleverly uses the cooling off period that happens after the compressor shuts down to squeeze a few extra cold blasts out of your A/C by keeping the fan on.
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NEST AIRWAVE - SMART HOME PERFECTED

2021-03-31  · Of the 40+ recipes, there are two built for saving energy with a Nest Thermostat. The first allows you to set your Nest to a certain temperature when the outside temperature goes above a certain level. While the other, allows you to set a temperature if the outside temperature drops below a …
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IS THE NEST THERMOSTAT WORTH IT PLUS HOW TO INSTALL - DIY HOME …

Loosely put on the Nest thermostat just to get idea of where your new screws need to go on the wall. Mark with a pencil in the spot for the screw then take off the Nest thermostat and drill new holes on pencil marks. Then place plate on, if using, and the Nest thermostat on top. Screw the screws into the new holes you just drilled. Then match ...
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NEST THERMOSTAT & NEST PROTECT - SAVING YOUR MONEY & SAVING …

2016-04-04  · This sleek and modern looking thermostat provides a crisp display to show you your house temperate and how you can save money on your heating and cooling bills. In independent studies, the Nest Thermostat saved an average of 10-12% on heating bills and 15% on cooling bills. There are multiple features associated with the Nest Thermostat: auto ...
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TOP 252 NEST REVIEWS - CONSUMERAFFAIRS

2021-09-29  · Original review: Aug. 21, 2021. A big company that doesn't offer good customer service. I had issues with the Nest thermostat, and they sent me …
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NEST® THERMOSTAT

The Nest Thermostat works with most 24V heating and cooling systems, including furnaces, air conditioners, boilers, and heat pumps with either forced air or radiant delivery. It works with conventional systems that have one stage of heating and cooling and a second stage of either heating or cooling. It works with heat pumps that have one stage of heating and cooling and either aux or ...
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9 BEST SMART THERMOSTATS OF 2020, ACCORDING TO REVIEWS - REAL …

2020-11-02  · Since its inception in 2011, the Google Nest Learning Thermostat has consistently been given high ratings and glowing reviews by customers on Amazon, and it's easy to see why. This smart thermostat is the complete package, combining style and function into one sleek and easy-to-use tool. In addition to its bright high-res color display—that shows the time and weather in addition to the room ...
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DO MORE WITH THESE NEST IFTTT RECIPES - VIVINT

2018-08-01  · There are a number of IFTTT Nest Thermostat recipes that can help you enjoy greater control, convenience, and comfort. For instance, with IFTTT recipes, your Nest Thermostat can adjust to specific settings based on external factors, such as increases or decreases in the temperature outside. The Nest Learning Thermostat is capable of many functions using IFTTT recipes. IFTTT Nest …
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NEST LEARNING THERMOSTAT REVIEW - IRISH TECH NEWS

2015-04-07  · We installed our review unit on a system that already had wired “Drayton Combi-Stat” thermostats in place. An additional piece of equipment called the “Heat Link” also had to be installed. This small white plastic box is wired into the heating and acts as the link between the thermostat and the boiler and zone valves. Most wired thermostats are supplied by 220 volts. The Nest ...
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NEST LEARNING THERMOSTAT REVIEW AND HAVEN BLOG CONFERENCE!

2014-02-27  · My Nest Thermostat install was delayed thanks to my broken wrist (I slipped on our icy driveway – I now officially hate winter), and because our old thermostat’s wiring made installation of the Nest a little more difficult. Upon a call to Nest support, my husband and I were told that we should have the Nest professionally installed. The install for the professional was easy, however, and ...
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GOOGLE NEST THERMOSTAT-- ENERGY STAR® - THE HOME DEPOT …

2021-02-18  · The Nest thermostat has thousands and thousands of reviews, but I just wanted to give my two cents. It's fantastic. While I don't use most of the plethora of features, the ones that I do use work flawlessly. The installation is extremely easy to do and the Nest application, while it took a while to get everything how I liked it, was a breeze to set up. Luckily I only needed one thermostat, but ...
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HOW DO YOU CHANGE THE DATE AND TIME ON THE NEST THERMOSTAT …

These easy recipes are all you need for making a delicious meal. Find the How Do You Change The Date And Time On The Nest Thermostat, including hundreds of ways to cook meals to eat. All the best to you. Video about How Do You Change The Date And Time On The Nest Thermostat. Follow to get the latest 2021 recipes, articles and more! How Do You Change The Date And Time On Laptop; How …
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NEST LEARNING THERMOSTAT REVIEW - TECHRADAR

2017-11-23  · Nest Learning Thermostat - 3rd Generation at Amazon for $219.99. The Nest Thermostat was the company's first product, before it got into security cameras like …
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1-48 OF 93 RESULTS FOR "NEST THERMOSTAT" - AMAZON.CA

Google Nest Learning Thermostat - Programmable Smart Thermostat for Home - 3rd Generation Nest Thermostat - Works with Alexa - White. 4.3 out of 5 stars 45. $308.91 $ 308. 91. Get it by Saturday, Oct 2. FREE Shipping by Amazon. Only 8 left in stock. Amazon Certified: Works with Alexa. Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd Generation Mirror Black. 5.0 out of 5 stars 3. $358.99 $ 358. 99. Get it by ...
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THE BEST THERMOSTAT IN 2021 - ENERGYRATES.CA

Other Lyric T5 user reviews appreciate its clean interface and simple user interface, ... Google Nest Thermostat E. The Google Nest Thermostat E is one of the most popular smart thermostats in Canada. With frosted display and modern design, this thermostat is going to fit into almost any home. Some of these key features though are part of the inside gear, such as Energy History, which works ...
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BEST SITES ABOUT GOOGLE NEST LEARNING THERMOSTAT PROMO CODE

Troubleshoot Nest thermostat help codes - Google Nest Help. RECIPES (1 days ago) Nest Learning Thermostat 1st gen. Nest Learning Thermostat 2nd gen. Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd gen Nest Thermostat E Nest Thermostat; N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 N6 N7. N21 N22 N23 N24 N25 N26 N27 N28 N29. N71 N72 N73 N74 N75 N76 N77 N78 N79.
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THERMOSTATS AND TEMPERATURE - SRP MARKETPLACE

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AMAZON NEST 3RD GENERATION THERMOSTAT COUPON RECIPES - GREAT …

Google Nest Smart Thermostat E White T4000ES - Best Buy. RECIPES (4 days ago) Q: Question We just installed a Nest 3rd generation We had to get advice from your support folks They were very helpful in setting up our nest to control heat only/no AC I this new model has the same capability to replace a Hunter Model #44550 5 wire system. Asked 3 years ago by Byron.
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WHY YOU NEED A NEST THERMOSTAT TO SAVE MONEY ALL YEAR! #TECH - …

2016-12-31  · The Nest Thermostat now has a ring to fit any home’s style. Choose copper to add a warm touch. Stainless steel is perfect for a classic, versatile look. Black blends in with dark walls and stylish decor. And white looks great in simple, modern homes. You can get it for $249.99.
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NEST THERMOSTAT, FINE-TUNE YOUR COMFORT - GOOGLE STORE

Turn up your savings. Nest Thermostats can turn itself down when you leave the house, so you don’t waste energy on an empty home and Nest Thermostats save an average of 10% to 12% on heating bills and 15% on cooling bills.
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8 BEST SMART WIFI THERMOSTATS: (REVIEWS & COMPARISONS 2021) - …

Google’s Nest thermostat is the model that started the entire smart thermostat trend. The Nest 3, then, is the original model, only better. Because it is made by Google, it is the best smart thermostat with Google Home. It is also compatible with Amazon Alexa devices, but you won’t find Apple HomeKit compatibility here. The first thermostat to learn your routine, the Google Nest will help ...
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AMAZON.COM: CUSTOMER REVIEWS: NEST THERMOSTAT

For example, my Nest thermostat was in my hallway and during setup with the Nest app, it asked where the device would be located so it was named "Hallway." After Alexa wouldn't successfully follow through with commands I became frustrated and wondered why it wouldn't work by simply saying the suggestion from the skill description. After several tries, I wondered if I needed to say, "Alexa turn ...
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Lourens Barry van de Vuurst, profile picture
Lourens Barry van de Vuurst
Woud be nice if you guys woud reply to the messages sinds through FB-messenger about my warranty. Terrible terrible service
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Hi Lourens, we're sorry to hear about your support experience. We saw your message and replied to it — let's continue our conversation there.
Sandy Staudacher, profile picture
Hey google how come my nest protect constantly disconnects from Wi-Fi and I have issues connecting it
Google Nest, profile picture
Thanks for reaching out, Sandy. Let's see what's going on with your Nest Protect — for starters, are you getting any message on your Nest app? If so, could you send us a screenshot of it?
Amanda Brown Zema, profile picture
If only the app worked correctly and allowed me to Control from my phone again. It’s been disconnected from the next for months and nothing fixes it. Even deleting and reinstalling the app and nest
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Hi, Amanda. We'd love to assist you with your Nest App. Send us a DM and let's continue our conversation there ― have a nice day!
Hansel Junior, profile picture
So let me get this straight. The thermostat E it’s far more advance than the new one? How can’t this replaced thermostat E if it doesn’t have the features from the Previous gen? 🤦‍♂️
Danielle McKinney, profile picture
Buyer Beware: Very disappointed in the Learning Thermostat and google customer service. My less than 1 year old unit stopped connecting to WiFi. I reached out 5 weeks ago and still do not have a resolution. It took 3 weeks to decide they would replace it and I have now waited 2 more weeks for GOOGLE (the irony is not lost on me!) to figure out how to send me a link for the advance replacement. I just want my replacement.
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Hi Danielle, we're sorry to hear about your support experience. We saw your message and replied to it — let's continue our conversation there.
Sab Amad, profile picture
I bought a Nest Thermometer 4 years ago (2nd generation) and it suddenly stopped functioning - after spending hours talking and waiting on hold with customer service - they said something is wrong with it and they will send a new one - two weeks later and multiple calls later they are telling me they WILL NOT send a new one bc I have an old model and I should buy a new one for $300. This is so angering - a thermostat should last longer than 4 years and if it doesn't Nest should stand by their products and replace it. this is horrible customer experience and I will never buy a Nest product again.
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Thanks for reaching out, Sab. We saw you're DM and sent you a reply. Let's continue our conversation there.
Rob Whalley, profile picture
Your Customer Service is disgraceful I was promised a replacement thermostat on the 22nd August!!!!!!!!
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Rob Whalley, profile picture
If Google Nest customer service is anything to go by forget any Google product awful service promised a replacement thermostat under warranty on the 22nd August they took my old unit and have left my family without any control on our heating system. Where’s our replacement??
Rob Whalley, profile picture
If Google Nest customer service is anything to go by forget any Google product awful service promised a replacement thermostat under warranty on the 22nd August they took my old unit and have left my family without any control on our heating system. Where’s our replacement??
Keeley Paling, profile picture
Can somebody please respond to my emails/Facebook messages/Instagram message! We have had no thermostat since July! Your customer service has been shocking! When I finally get through to someone they seem to disappear after a few messages and I hit another dead end 🤬🤬🤬
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Hi Keeley, we're sorry you had to go through this. Your case has been forwarded to the appropriate team and we'll keep you posted via private message. Stay tuned.
Alexander Bombis, profile picture
Hej Google Nest - when come the Nest Hub Max till Germany - like the photo which you show. We have 2020 and in 3 months 2021 and no Nest Hub Max - why?
Google Nest, profile picture
Hello, Alexander! We hear you — we're glad to know you're interested in the Nest Hub Max, but we don't have any news to share about its availability in Germany. Watch this space for more updates to come.
Jerry Hallett, profile picture
Just say no to the Google thermostat!
I have waited over six weeks now for Google Nest customer service to process a warranty replacement of my Google Nest Learning Thermostat. I have emails promising a replacement and also promising to notify me of shipment but NOTHING has happened. I’ve received lots of gobbledygook about how they have my back and they are running interference, Yada, yada, but I am no closer to receiving satisfaction no after six weeks of lies and missed deadlines from your customer service team. Complete horror show! I’ll NEVER buy a google product again. Next stop California AG consumer affairs complaint with copy to you. Probably will do no good, but I will feel better knowing I can tell every one I know about the horrible consumer experience.
Sara Fitch Cagle, profile picture
After only using our nest thermostat for about 1.5 yrs, it lost WiFi connection suddenly over a month ago. I reached out to Google customer service immediately and after an hour on the phone, they confirmed it was a technical issue and promised a replacement would be sent. I still haven’t received the replacement and although I spent another 90 minutes on the phone with Google customer service AGAIN, I was told an error occurred in processing the order, and they would take care of it. That was over a week ago and I still haven’t received an order confirmation. Do not trust Google support to help you!!! I need a replacement thermostat and no one will help.
Joey Riemersma, profile picture
I wish that I had my Thermostat. I'm waiting for over a month to get my Thermostat replaced! 😡
Joseph Lemons, profile picture
Why is the nest secure not available, I just moved into a new home & want to use the nest secure system, when can I buy it again???
Google Nest, profile picture
We're sorry for the late reply, Joseph. You're no longer able to purchase Nest Secure devices as Google Nest has discontinued its production. However, existing device owners will not see a change in their service. For now, we ask that you stay tuned to our official channels for further updates.
Travis Blain, profile picture
I cannot believe how terrible customer service is regarding these products. Nearly a month, multiple phone calls, hours on hold (with a 30 second repeating loop for music) and nothing has been resolved. Meanwhile google has robbed me of over $200, and I am still stuck with a dysfunctional thermostat. DO NOT BUY
Rob Whalley, profile picture
I have been waiting since 22nd August for my replacement Thermostat. Google Nest Why won’t you reply to any
of your messenger mail I have left x7 messages no answer!!!!!
Matt Smith, profile picture
I have a Google Nest camera that stopped working months ago.. I have been trying and promised a replacement for months now... they suck at getting back to me and I am still waiting for the promised camera...
Case ID [7-6645000030548]
Mark Adkin, profile picture
Don’t expect any service or reply just look at the reviews on trust pilot. They don’t reply to emails or messenger I’m another customer promised a replacement thermostat within 5 days then nothing at all and unable to sort out
Lynn Chapman, profile picture
Honestly. What is happening with Google Nest. My problem reflects those above me. Our nest has never worked! We have done troubleshooting, we have spoken with advisors, we have had live chat. Problem still unresolved. Complete waste of money. So gutted!!
Alanna Waberski, profile picture
GOOGLE NEST CAMERAS DO NOT WORK. We had an event based recording subscription. This is the SECOND time that we have been told that the camera did not "capture the event" or that "no event occurred". One event involved vandalism to our home and the second a breakin. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!!!!!!!!!!
Nik Proctor Colorworld Imaging, profile picture
Nik Proctor Colorworld Imaging
Hi Google Nest....been in a PM with you...but heard nothing for 18 hours or so ?? ...please help ??
Nik Proctor Colorworld Imaging, profile picture
Nik Proctor Colorworld Imaging
Must be honest,I've been speaking to Google Nest and they have been very helpful...
Google Nest, profile picture
Hi there, Nik. Thanks for letting us know and we're sorry for the late reply. Let's continue in private.
Sandy Staudacher, profile picture
It seem like forever for me I had a nest protect that wouldn’t connect unfortunately to my network and I kept disconnecting yet everything else on my network connected fine well finally they sent me a replacement after I sent them the original back we’ll see if this is any better.
Google Nest, profile picture
Hi there, thanks for reaching out. Glad to know that your replacement device has already arrived. If anything comes up and you need assistance with your Nest devices, don't hesitate to reach back to us. Keep safe and have a great day ahead!
Ari Ralston, profile picture
I just bought the new Nest Thermostat and it does work with the Nest App but it appears in Google Home. Are you getting rid of the Nest App?
Also, how do I change Activity Zones in the Google Home App?
Google Nest, profile picture
Hi Ari, thanks for reaching out to us and welcome to the Nest family. We don't have any news of whether the Nest app would be deprecated. When you say Activity Zones, are you referring to the Activity Zones that you can set for your cameras? Let us know by sending us a message directly. We'll wait for you there.
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