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DEVIreg Smart Pure White Intelligent Electronic Timer Thermostat with Wi-Fi connectivity and App control

Model No. 140F1141 by: DEVI (Danfoss)
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The DEVIreg Smart is a brilliantly intuitive electronic timer thermostat with great wi-fi connectivity and app control. The thermostat is primarily used for controlling electrical floor heating elements and is designed for fixed installation only, working perfectly with other DEVI products such as DEVImat Underfloor Heating. 

Note: as with every thermostat, this Danfoss DEVIreg thermostat comes with a floor sensor, which can be used with it; it also works with other sensors (see the PDF files below). 

The key benefit of the Devireg is its IOT: the clever connectability and ability to communicate with other devices. As long as it is connected by Wi-Fi, the Smart App can be controlled from anywhere, at anytime. The Devireg is fast and innately easy to set up and use, especially if you utilise the pre-installed App wizard. 

The innovative features employed by the DEVIreg are truly top-of-the-range in the field of thermostats. It has an open window detector and an energy-saving program, including an optimal start/end control which ensures the desired temperature is reached at the correct time. This makes for an ultimately energy-efficient piece of technology, cost-effective for those looking to save on their energy bills. It comes with an installation wizard for room/floor type-specific setup, supports multiple frames and third party NTC sensors. 

Smart access to the thermostat settings after installation uses a web code interface for easy set-up (in a matter of seconds) or remote troubleshooting, in case of any problems. What’s more, an incredible 10 smart devices can all be connected to a single thermostat. All these features make this a smart technology device that will enable you handle your home temperature more easily than ever before. 

Please note: this item is non-returnable; due to the fact that it has an electronic component, we cannot take this item back for a refund.

Intelligently designed with a 2-part construction, it is capable of fitting a wide range of frames and sensors, and comes in a pure white to add style to its substance.  

DEVIreg Smart Intelligent Timer Thermostat - Features and Benefits

  • A touchscreen display with light.
  • An easy-to-follow menu-driven programming and operation.
  • It can communicate with two mobile devices simultaneously
  • An installation wizard with room/floor type-specific setup (requires an app).
  • Support for multiple frame systems.
  • Compatible with several 3rd party NTC sensors: Fits many foreign single and multiple frames, and it fits many foreign competitive NTC sensors
  • Thermostat settings can be specified before installation and imported to the thermostat using a web-generated code, or copied from a thermostat in a similar installation.
  • Smart access to thermostat settings after installation by using a web code interface, for easy setup or remote troubleshooting.
  • Connectivity: 10 smart devices (like Smartphone or Tablet) can be connected to 1 thermostat.
  • Connectivity: 2 smart devices can be in contact with the thermostat at the same time.
  • Safe and private cloud connection: DEVIreg™ Smart communicates through a safe cloud system based on the same security system used in mobile banking applications. No data is stored in the cloud and your customers’ personal information is secure at all times. 
  • Set up the system in seconds: When the first thermostat has been set up, you can automatically generate a code. This code can then be used to copy the settings into other thermostats. 

Note: the DEVIreg Smart thermostat requires working WiFi in order for it to function.

DEVIreg Smart Thermostat - Technical Specifications

  • Model: Danfoss 140F1141 DEVIreg Smart Pure White 
  • Description: Wi-Fi Thermostat, intelligent electronic timer thermostat with wi-fi connection and app control.
  • Resistive load: 16A / 3680W@230V~ W
  • Ambient temperature: 0 to +30°C °C
  • Voltage: 220-240 V~, 50/60 Hz
  • Standby power consumption Max. 0,40 W
  • Relay: Resistive load Max. 16 A / 3680 W @ 230 V, Inductive load Max. 1 A cos f= 0,3
  • Sensing units: NTC 6,8 kOhm at 25°C, NTC 10 kOhm at 25°C, NTC 12 kOhm at 25°C, NTC 15 kOhm at 25°C (Default), NTC 33 kOhm at 25°C, NTC 47 kOhm at 25°C
  • Sensing values (Default NTC 15 K): 0°C 42 kOhm, 20°C 18 kOhm, 50°C 6 kOhm
  • Control: PWM (Pulse Wide Modulation)
  • Ambient temperature: 0° to +30°C
  • Frost protection temperature: 5°C to +9°C (default 5°C)
  • Temperature range: Room temperature: 5-35°C. Floor temperature: 5-45°C. Max. floor: 20-35°C (if unrecoverable seal is broken then up to 45°C). Min. floor: 10-35°C, only with combination of room and floor sensor. 
  • Sensor failure monitoring: The thermostat has a built-in monitoring circuit, which will switch off the heating if the sensor is disconnected or short-circuited.
  • Cable specification: max. 1x4 mm2
  • Ball pressure test temperature: 75°C
  • Pollution degree: 2 (domestic use)
  • Controller type: 1C
  • Software class: A
  • Storage temperature: -20°C to +65°C
  • Protection class: Class II electrical rated
  • Dimensions: 85mm width x 85mm length x 20-24 mm (in-wall depth: 22 mm)
  • Weight: 127g
  • IP class: IP21 rated. 
  • Complies to: EN/IEC 60730-1 (general), EN/IEC 60730-2-9 (thermostat)
  • Warranty: 5 year warranty

DEVIreg Intelligent Thermostat - Installation

  • Please follow these placement guidelines: the thermostat should be placed at a suitable height on your wall (typically 80-170cm). It should never be placed in ‘wet zones’ (must be installed outside bathroom zone 2). The thermostat should not be placed on the inner side of a poorly insulated exterior wall, and should always be placed at least 50 cm from windows and doors, due to draft. Do not expose the thermostat to direct sunlight.
  • The first step is placing the floor sensor in protective plastic conduit within a floor floor construction, where the floor is not exposed to sunlight or draft from door openings. The thermostat should be equidistant from the heating cables on both sides by more than 2 cm. The conduit should be flush with the floor surface: countersink the conduit if necessary. Route the conduit connection to the connection box and make sure the bending radius of the conduit is at least 50 mm. 
  • Connect the thermostat according to the diagram provided: ensure that the screen of the heating cable is connected to the earth conductor of the power supply cable by using a separate connector. Then, fasten the thermostat firmly to a flush mounted wall box or exterior wall box by driving the screws through the holes in each side of the thermostat.
  • Finally, add the frame before assembling the top part of the snap lock/ bottom section. Click the front part module in place and pay attention in relation to the female header, make sure not to bend the connectors. Press carefully until the frame is fixed against the rubber gasket and it fixes into place.
  • Typical areas for installation: Any interior wall that is most convenient and within easy reach. Areas to be avoided include those exposed to direct sunlight, air vents, your kitchen, hallways, windows and doors.

Intuitive app control - Smart Features - DEVIreg Smart Thermostat

  • Adjust home heating from anywhere in the world
  • Set up/operate floor heating locally without needing an internet connection
  • Use living zone to easily control the most frequently used thermostats
  • Control thermostats in multiple locations (e.g. holiday home)
  • Frost protection, weekly schedule, away/vacation settings and economy mode
  • Receive notifications/warnings about important system events
  • Access dedicated support and troubleshooting directly from the app

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Having a Smart Home that is also Safe: Safer Smarter Homes

These days there are so many smart things, smart devices, and smart technologies that can make our home smarter; as we have a smart home, we also need to make sure it is safe. We were recently consulting the, Safer and Smarter Home guide by Electrical Safety First and we were inspired to bring some of these details to the forefront for our customers and visitors also.Keep reading this guide to find out more about: Having a Smart Home - BenefitsHaving a Smart Home that is also Safe!As of today, May 2024, some many smart devices and sensors can be installed or used in our home, including:Smart camerasSmart door locksSmart video monitoring systemSmart shades systemSmart water controlSmart heat control devicesSmart access controlSmart weather devicesSmart lightsSmart sensorsSmart WifiSmart Solar PanelsSmart multimedia controlsSmart climate controlsSmart flood sensorsSmart alarm systemSmart garage doorIn a sense, there's a smart device for any aspect of our daily life and for every part of the home, and many modern people rush into getting this and that smart device, only to discover that, eventually, some devices don't work with one another while others are complicated to set up and maintain, and still others die suddenly. When the smart devices work, life is bliss, but when there are problems, life tends to be a mess. We need to learn to measure and manage the smart home in a proper way so that it can be not just a smart home but also a safe home. If we install the smart things as the manufacturer intends and instructs, they assist us and even improve certain aspects of our lives. However, we need to be aware of some of the dangers or hazards involved in having and using smart devices around the house and have a smart home that is also safe. Having a Smart Home - BenefitsAs we live in this post-pandemic world, we realize that we have an increasing need for electronic devices that are interconnected. Actually, the pandemic accelerated the use of electronic devices and smart devices, both for leisure and for work, and we realize how easier life can be when we have them around. There are some great benefits of having a smart home, which include:Energy Saving by Controlling, Monitoring, and Saving Energy with Smart DevicesWhen we have connected devices that help us monitor our heating, water, and energy usage, we can control it better, keep track of what we're using, and reduce costs. We can be notified when there's an excess of water or energy used, and we know for sure that the bill will be lower when we use energy-saving LED Lamps and LED light fittings. We will be aware of how much we spend on using heat pumps and the electric boiler, and we will reduce the cost when switching to smarter heating systems. Buy Intelligent Thermostats at SparksHaving a Smart Home when we Work from HomeIf there's one thing the pandemic showed us is that many of us can work from home, at least partially. We do relax and unwind at home, but at the same time, we work either part-time or full-time from home. Smart devices and smart sensors in our home, paired together with smart control systems, can make our lives simpler and our work-from-home experience much more enjoyable. We may learn how to set up our home network, TV, audio, lighting, and other smart systems around the house. ConvenienceOne of the best benefits of having a smart home that is also safe is convenience. Having voice-activated assistants and touchscreen control of the systems around the house is very convenient. And many times we can remotely control and adjust the smart devices in our home - even when we're at the office or on holiday. For example, we may want to make sure the house is warm when we get back from holiday, so we remotely adjust the heating. We can even set up individual lighting schemes based on our needs or according to our mood. SecurityWith the rise in the smart doorbells, it is so easy to install one and remotely answer the door or greet your guests. Even without opening the door, we can chat with visitors or mailmen. Furthermore, there are many security systems that can be installed around the house and in the house to monitor the premises. There are also smart locks that can be used to open the door and allow specific people to come in, based on their credentials and security access. SafetySome of the smart devices we use in our home can monitor whether we have left an appliance on or off, and we can see whether we can turn it off remotely. We can avoid potential fire hazards by using smart technology, turning the electricity or heating off remotely. For instance, some smart home sensors can detect temperature, levels of carbon dioxide, or water leaks, and they notify the homeowner. We at Sparks sell a range of smart Fire Alarms and Heat Alarms by Aico, incorporating AudioLINK+ and alsoRadioLINK+ technology. For those who are elderly or disabled, there are smart home technologies and devices that can make a great difference to their quality of life and guarantee the peace of mind of the caregivers. Automatic sensors can be installed to check if a cooker has been left ON or a bath is overflowing. The light can be automatically turned on when presence is detected and off when someone leaves the room. Voice-controlled smart home devices also help people with limited mobility by making common household appliances easy to use. A Smart Home Can Improve Well-beingHaving a smart home and interconnected smart devices can also enhance personal well-being.Many health-related devices monitor and alert you regarding different health conditions and anomalies. Many smart routines can be set up in the home to help with sleep and living patterns. There are smart air filtration systems and dehumidifiers to purify and ventilate the air. For example, at Sparks, we sell a range of dMEV ventilation systems which come on when moisture is detected, and they run slowly in the background when they are not needed. Buy iConstant dMEV FansHaving a Smart Home that is also Safe: Safer Smarter HomesWhen we consider the smart devices, sensors, and technologies that can be installed and used around the home, it's not the fire hazards that are more common but the nuisance related to installing, maintaining, interlinking, controlling, warranty, fixing, and taking care of these smart things. It is important to consider certain matters when planning to buy smart things for the house. It is important to consider that the smart home is also safe - there's a need for safer smarter homes. Here is a list of questions to consider before purchasing a new piece of technology that is smart and can improve our life at home:Will this smart device work with my other smart devices?We need to know what system we use at home, how the smart devices interconnect, and how will this new device interconnect and relate to the other devices. Some competitor technologies and manufacturers do not interoperate, so we can save ourselves the frustration of trying to make them work together by making sure this happens before we buy them. Buy Aico Smart Fire AlarmsDoes this smart device use Bluetooth or wifi? Can my wifi cover it?Some smart devices require a good wifi connection, while others connect via Bluetooth. Before purchasing any smart device, we need to consider if we have enough wifi coverage to reach that device and whether we can use Bluetooth to reach it if Bluetooth is required. Software updates: how long are they guaranteed?It is imperative to know beforehand if the smart device we purchase is guaranteed for at least 2-3 years to have software updates by the manufacturer. Regular software updates improve the smart device and patch any issues or errors. How long do we have after-sales support? Is there online support?We may think we know everything we need to know about a particular smart device, for we studied it and we know it inside out, but it's best to know before buying whether we have after-sales support, and for how long. Also, we need to know the place online where we can get support, first by registering the product and then by enquiring with them about different issues that may arise. Is this smart device the real thing?Sometimes the price of a smart device is so low that we're ready to buy it; however, we need to make sure we buy the right thing, the device made by that manufacturer, and not any counterfeit device. For example, we at Sparks sell smart devices made by Forum Lighting, Danfoss, and Aico, among others, and we sell original products made by these manufacturers. Is my personal data safe?Many times our personal data and device usage is stored in the cloud, so we need to make sure that our personal data is safe before purchasing a product. If a particular manufacturer has a track record of being lax about their security and there are data breaches, it is not recommended to purchase smart devices from them. What's the backup plan for when this smart device fails?No one wants to think about this, but it is an important point to consider. If the smart device we're about to buy will fail, what's the backup plan? Let's say we replace our doorbell with a smart one, and the smart doorbell fails; what is our backup plan? Note: all the above tips are inspired by the Electrical Safety First guide to Smart Home and Safety - guides 1 and 2. At Sparks, we sell a limited amount of smart devices, but we want to make sure all our visitors and customers are safe when purchasing and using smart devices for a smart home - even a smarter safer home. 

How DEVImat Electrical Underfloor Heating Warms up Homes and Shops (showcases)

The pioneering DEVI has an illustrious history in electric underfloor heating - being the first company of its kind - established in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1942. They became the leading electrical heating manufacturer in the market, and are now considered the best within the industry. Accordingly, they have a loyal customer base that is always growing - perhaps finding the 20-year full warranty (on certain purchases such as the DEVImat) with the 'DEVIwarranty' to be the icing on the cake. So this winter,  there's only one company to turn to when the question of underfloor heating arises. DEVI can provide you with an outstanding range of DEVImats of all sizes for your convenience, plus DEVIreg thermostats that offer hassle-free heating control. The combination of these two DEVI products is a match made in heaven, as outlined in this article here. If you need more convincing, we will dazzle you with select showcases of some of DEVI's most distinguished success stories - from apartments in the UK to Middle Eastern cold stores.Case Study 1: Cambridge Marque Residential buildings When first introduced in 2015, Cambridge's Marque residential buildings were touted as representing an 'iconic addition to an old city'. At 2697 square feet, it is easily the tallest residential building in the eminent city and boasts a luxurious layout. There are plenty of life-enhancing facilities on offer, such as secure underground parking, residents-only gym, a private garden plus a 24 hour concierge service. Naturally, the next deluxe addition for the project was some wonderful underfloor bathroom heating for the Marque's residents: and DEVI were first on the list for the job. The products were all quickly installed with minimal issues and complications by the DEVI UK team.  The Marque's Head of Electric Center said of the job DEVI had implemented: DEVI managed to get a large quantity of mats on the site at short notice... DEVI has been extremely helpful and thorough in assisting me throughout the project. Our contractor... has been very pleased with the quality and ease of installing the DEVIcomfort and Thermostat. Buy Devireg Thermostats and Underfloor HeatingCase Study 2: The Energy Plus House in Denmark Solar panels powering and heating a house during the freezing cold winter months in Scandinavia, where the sun never shines? Sounds a tricky proposition. Well, the Energy+ House in Norway has gone some distance to achieving this goal, even managing to produce more heat than it receives. It does this with the help of - you guessed it - DEVImat electric underfloor heating and a ventilation system with heat recovery. The combined heating and ventilation system are controlled via a single panel and is able to run maintenance free. What's more is that the Energy+ house requires no special structures and is apparently replicable in all types of buildings. The Energy+ House massively benefits from the DEVILink system, a two way communication system that can all be easily controlled from an optimally placed colour touch screen. The system provides complete floor heat control combined with room sensors to afford occupants with the highest levels of comfort. This results in substantial energy savings due to the individually adjusted periods of temperature lowering - a key factor for achieving a healthy and comfortable climate in modern homes. Case study 3: DEVImat Underfloor Heating in a Panda Store in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia One of the Middle East's largest cold stores, a 'Panda' store in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, has been outfitted with DEVI complete protection system. This was quite an undertaking, as temperatures can drop to -30 degrees Celsius across this vast expanse of retail area, and inadequate heating could lead to the loss of huge amounts of frost-exposed produce. The total size of the project is 8,000 m2 and the total installed power consumption is approximately 160kW. It was completed without a hitch and a representative of Danfoss Dubai stated, regarding the unqualified success of the undertaking, that: We are glad that DEVI was chosen as the reliable partner for the construction of the biggest Middle Eastern cold store... we strongly believe that DEVI meets all expectations and demands required by such large construction projects Buy Devimat Underfloor Heating MatsSo is DEVImat definitely the antidote for freezing floors this crispy Christmas season? The three case studies given in this article were a few among many. DEVI has consistently proven itself to be a reliable and the most sought-after electrical heating specialist on the globe. But are they are good fit for your home? The answer is quite simply, yes. We here at Sparks can offer DEVImats, DEVIcomforts and DEVIregs at extremely affordable prices, with easy installation (as demonstrated in this article here), and excellent communication between DEVI products across any type of building. A short video guide for DEVI underfloor installation:  DEVI aim their products at members of the general public above anyone else, even with the grand-scale projects exampled in this article, and should be your first port of call for underfloor heating this Christmas!

What is a Smart Thermostat and Why Now is the Right Time to Invest in One

The advent of smart technology in the 21st century has benefited us in all walks of life; from voice-controlled smartphones obeying our every order to Fitbits tracking our health levels, smart technology is revolutionising how we live. The latest trend you should be turning to is smart thermostats, for the simple reason they can save you some serious money on your electricity bills. What is a Smart Thermostat? A conventional room thermostat allows the temperature in your home to be changed manually, via a dial or control panel. Meanwhile, smart thermostat will allow for a more effective, user-friendly and accessible way to control your home's heating. Many smart thermostats utilise the 'Internet of Things' (IoT) which offers internet connectivity for remote management, programming, and monitoring. This is especially useful for a variety of features, such as the ability to notify the thermostat when the owner is on the way home so it can adjust the temperature accordingly.Buy a Smart Thermostat today Benefits of a smart thermostat The smart thermostat is particularly useful to someone who is working or frequently on the go, one who doesn't have time to dabble over a thermostat when they get back. A smart thermostat won’t save money in the short run, unless the temperature varies wildly from morning to evening, but it will pay off in the long run if the house can be heated or cooled efficiently. As your smartphone receives reports about the usage and situation of the smart thermostat, you can utilise these to better understand your own heating and cooling usage. This in turn enables you to adjust its behaviour and preferences, which could save money, while maintaining the house at a comfortable temperature. The exact amount a thermostat may save you is obviously dependent on various factors: the type of thermostat, the insulation of your property and how you take advantage of its features. However, many studies claim a smart thermostat will manage to pay for itself within a year. According to some studies, smart thermostats may save your energy bills ranging from 31-37%, which may amount up to £130 per year! Features and uses of smart thermostats What's even better is that smart thermostats are becoming increasingly affordable. A top-of-the-line Danfoss Devireg Smart thermostat will set you back a little over £100, down from its initial list pricing of over double that price, while the less expensive one is just over £50 + VAT (see the DEVIreg Touch Screen). The Devireg is an intelligent electronic timer thermostat with Wi-Fi connectivity and App control. It truly makes use of the IoT, allowing you to wirelessly control your electrical heating via your smartphone - either via an Android phone or an iPhone. For instance, on a chilly winter morning, you can wake up and even manage the temperature of your underfloor heating as you get ready for the day. And when you take a shower and it is under 5 degrees Celsius outside, it is so comfortable to step out of the shower and feel the warm floors under your feet... A smart thermostat works with all the heating elements in the house - which can be remotely controlled, and it allows you to make sure the house is warm enough when people are around, and also that the heat is not ON when no one is at home. The smart thermostat features are bound to save you money on electricity bills. For instance, it has an open window detector and an energy-saving program that includes an optimum start/end control that ensures the desired temperature is reached at the correct time, therefore reducing heating costs. We here at Sparks sell a variety of Deviregs, and they come highly recommended if you wish to delve into the smart thermostat market.Smart Thermostats at SparksWho would Use a Smart Thermostat? The tech-savvy Smart thermostats are sure to suit certain people more than others. The tech-savvy smartphone or computer users amongst us will likely benefit from the smart thermostat, as they can and will easily check how much their heating is costing them. Those on a regular routine Those with a regular routine will likely profit from a smart thermostat, as many of them will learn your routine and ensure it is warm exactly when it needs to be. As stated earlier, those on the move will be grateful to return home to find themselves in a welcoming house warming itself just in time for their arrival. Businesses Businesses are in the practice of saving money where they can, so of course, they have turned their attention to smart thermostats. According to some studies, such IoT-enabled thermostats can make workplaces vastly more energy-efficient. As an employer, you can inform the device of the standard working hours of your employees. This will allow the smart thermostat to heat up or cool down the office to a comfortable and productive temperature before your employees arrive and cut costs on any wasted energy it might have consumed after they left. What's more is that you can programme smart thermostats to adjust to certain seasons or conditions, from excessive humidity to wintry chills. Given the option, some smart thermostats will consistently attempt to lower the temperature by a degree or two. This may not be enough for you or your staff to notice, but could save you hundreds on your energy bills each year. So, with the smart thermostats looking 'future-proof' by all accounts, the main question you have to ask yourself is why not invest in one right now?

How to Keep Warm in this Cold Weather with DEVI Underfloor Heating

Meteorologists have warned us of an ‘Arctic Freeze’ that could wrap around Britain and bring substantial snowfall with it. Thermostats and underfloor heating are absolute lifesavers in these times and thankfully DEVI, a Sparks favourite, offers a fantastic range of heating solutions for colder climes. These include the excellent combination of DEVImat and DEVIreg, a match made in heaven that we have written previously about here. Underfloor heating is an underrated home feature, that enables your home to retain heat far more efficiently than a radiator, for instance. They also have very low maintenance costs and actually keep bathrooms more hygienic by warding off cold and dampness. If you feel like the cold weather is slowing you down, then check out our selection of DEVI's underfloor heating products. Be safe in the knowledge that DEVI is a very well-regarded name in the heating industry, having won a slew of awards, including the Santander Breakthrough Award in 2014. DEVImat - Masters of Underfloor HeatingThe DEVImat system is an easily installable floor heating for your entire home that can be placed underneath all manner of surfaces - wood, concrete and laminate flooring. The discreet heating system will be barely visible at all due to its low profile, and it hardly alters your room's floor. While the DEVImat spreads welcoming warmth throughout your room, your floor will be raised a few unnoticeable millimeters at most. Once again the installation process is quick and easy and a tutorial can be viewed here. The mat uses convection to spread heat and is an electrical-based system rather than a water-based one, meaning it's easier to install during a renovation for instance. It also responds far more quickly to thermostat controls, which are ideally provided by the separately purchased DEVIreg.Buy Devimat Underfloor Heating DEVIreg - the Thermostat with all the right connections This intelligent and intuitive touch-screen thermostat has an easy-to-grasp interface that can be installed in multiple rooms, all connected up by the inbuilt setup wizard. It is highly compatible with the DEVImat, with quick communication between the two giving you great control over your home's heating during the cold winter months. The innovative DEVIreg was the first thermostat that awarded touchscreen capability to the user and also features the 'click fit' design which makes for ease of installation in any room of your home. Here is a video tutorial demonstrating just how easy it is to set up and start using the DEVIreg system. The DEVIreg Smart Control is a wonderful and inventive thermostat that makes full use of the Internet Of Things (IoT) to connect and communicate with other devices in your home. As long as it is connected by Wi-Fi, this Smart App can be controlled from anywhere, at any time. It is fast and easy to use, especially if you set it up using the pre-installed App wizard, which allows you to specify the room and temperature set-up type. For instance, if you want your bathroom floor to be at a balmy heat for your bare-toed morning grooming routine, the app on your phone or the touch-screen thermostat will help you make this a reality. It features a vast array of features beyond that such as an open window detector, an energy-saving program, and an optimal start/end control which ensures that your desired temperature is reached at the optimal time of your liking. Ultimately, this makes for a truly energy-efficient piece of technology that is especially cost-effective for those looking to save bundles on their energy bills, on top of combating pesky cold floors.Buy DEVIreg Smart Thermostats Where to install underfloor heating and why Having a warm floor during a particularly harsh winter is extremely beneficial for you and your family; this is reflected in increased demand for the product among consumers, in recent years, with similar levels of buying desirability as top-sellers like power showers. In a house with a conventional heating system, you could have the room temperature set to a comfortable 21-25 degrees. However, the floor may remain cold to the feet at an unpleasantly chilly 15 degrees, meaning the distribution of heating will be off-kilter. The most popular locations for installation are the kitchen or the bathroom, as these are traditionally where floor tiles can be coldest to walk on; however, any specific room that gets particularly cold would be ideal for underfloor heating. Think about any rooms that don't already have a radiator or are poorly insulated with cold floor materials such as stone or tiles - rooms that you're usually in during the winter time but it tends to be a little chilly, and you have the perfect location for underfloor heating. So, if you are concerned about you and your family treading on cold tiles (especially any barefoot kids!), then it would be wise to invest in the DEVI underfloor heating range. It is a smart investment in the long term; and not just for the upcoming winter months - it also provides a permanent eco-friendly heating solution that will be unobtrusive, wherever you choose to install it. Don't get cold feet this winter! Check out our DEVI offerings here now.

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