If your gas wall heater is ready to be replaced but you want to keep the same look and feel, adding a thermostat is your best option. Installing a thermostat on your existing wall heater can save money over time—and it’s easier than you might think!
Why you might want to add a thermostat to your gas wall heater
There are many reasons why you might want to add a thermostat on your gas wall heater. If you’re like most people, you probably already know that it’s important to be able to control the temperature of your living space, because excessive heat can lead to discomfort and even illness. But there are other benefits as well! For example:
- You can save energy by only running the heater when needed (as opposed to leaving it on all day).
- You’ll save money by using less fuel for heating.
- Your home will be safer because an automatic pilot light won’t cause explosions or fires without someone watching over it constantly; even worse if no one notices before anything happens!
- Your home will feel more comfortable at lower temperatures than higher ones; many people prefer dryer conditions instead of humid ones too (especially during winter months). And finally…
How adding a thermostat can help save energy and money
You can save money and energy by adding a thermostat to your gas wall heater. The savings will depend on the type of thermostat you select.
A programmable thermostat is one of the most cost-effective ways to reduce your heating bill. Programmable thermostats allow you to set temperatures for certain periods throughout the day, which lets you control when your heating system operates. You can set it up so that the temperature is low during non-occupancy hours, then raise it closer to normal operating temperatures once everyone comes home from work or school. This helps regulate energy use while keeping occupants comfortable at all times.
What types of thermostats are available for gas wall heaters
The most common type is a digital programmable thermostat, which allows you to change the temperature at certain times of the day. You can program it to heat your home up or down when you’re sleeping or away from home. It also allows you to set different heat zones, so that if one area gets too warm and another doesn’t get enough warmth, you can increase or decrease the temperature in each zone individually.
Another type of gas wall heater thermostat is an analog model, which is less expensive than digital models but still offers many of the same features as its digital counterpart. For example, this type of thermostat will allow you to adjust the temperature with ease using dials and buttons instead of pressing buttons on a screen like with a digital unit; however, this also means that there are fewer options as far as programming goes since they don’t have screens that display information like current settings or what time it is today!
While both types will work fine with your gas wall heater (and any other heating system), it’s important to consider which one works best for YOU before deciding what type gets installed on YOUR new home heating system!
How to install a new thermostat on your gas wall heater
- Turn off the gas supply to the heater.
- Remove the old thermostat.
- Install your new thermostat according to manufacturer’s instructions.
- Turn on the gas supply to your heater and test for leaks, allowing it time to reach operating temperature before turning back on if necessary.
- Clean up any parts you may have spilled during installation if necessary, then enjoy!
So, can you add a thermostat to your gas wall heater? Yes! With the right type of thermostat, it’s easy to save money and energy. You just need to decide which option is best for you. We hope our guide has helped you understand how adding one works—and what types of thermostats are available for gas wall heaters.