Five Ways Tenants and Landlords Benefit from Energy Efficiency

Woman on tablet controlling smart thermostat

Smart thermostats are quickly becoming a standard appliance in single family homes but their adoption in multifamily properties has not been as rapid. This is largely because smart thermostats are more expensive than their standard counterparts, and the energy bill savings they bring in are passed on to the tenant.

Despite the lack of direct cost savings to the landlord or property manager, there are compelling reasons for multifamily property owners and managers to invest in smart thermostats for their common spaces and individual units.

Posted April 29th, 2022