Back In Stock: The HC7176 Residential Thermostat!

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HC7176 Model

We are happy to announce that one of our top selling tamper-proof Landlord Thermostats are back in stock! Our Residential Model HC7176 is now back. Make sure that you purchase one for your property before it sells out again.

Our HC7176 residential thermostat is extremely versatile. It is compatible with almost any residential system! It can operate on 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 wire systems and it does not require a “common” connection! Typical 24V thermostat as found on almost all residential HVAC systems. Typical installation in about 5 minutes. Wire for wire replacement in most cases to industry standard coloring. The temperature setting range is 40F-71F when in the heat mode, and 76F-95F when in the air conditioning mode.


Are you new to Landlord Thermostats? And are not sure if they are perfect for you? Residential Thermostats are an amazing way to save money on utilities, while also helping the environment.

What Are The Benefits of a Landlord Thermostat?

Property owners can enjoy considerable savings using landlord thermostats. Here are some potential benefits:

1. Save on Energy Costs

As mentioned above, one of the most significant benefits of a landlord thermostat is the potential to save on energy costs. By setting limits on how high or low tenants can set the temperature, landlords can help minimize energy consumption.

2. Increase Tenant Satisfaction

Another benefit of a landlord thermostat is that it can help increase tenant satisfaction. By allowing tenants to control the temperature in their unit, landlords can help create a comfortable living environment. This can lead to happier tenants and fewer complaints.

3. Reduce Maintenance Costs

Another benefit of a landlord thermostat is that it can help reduce maintenance costs. By setting limits on the temperature, landlords can help prevent damage to the unit from extreme temperatures. This can lead to fewer repairs and lower maintenance costs.

4. Help the Environment

Finally, a landlord thermostat can also help the environment. By helping to reduce energy consumption, these devices can help minimize the impact on the environment. Reduce your carbon footprint and help make a difference by using a landlord thermostat.


Are you looking to save energy as a landlord? Save 30% on energy bills.

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