Meet the Google Nest Learning Thermostat, now in three new glossy colors.
The Nest thermostat programs itself, automatically helps you save energy when you re away and can be controlled from anywhere. And now, the 3rd Gen Nest Learning Thermostat is thinner, sleeker and more beautiful than ever. The display is even bigger and sharper.
When Nest spots you across the room, it lights up to show you the time or the temperature you set.
The Nest Leaf appears on the display or in the Nest app when you choose an energy-saving temperature.
No more confusing programming. Nest learns the temperatures you like and builds a personalized schedule for your home.
Don't waste energy heating or cooling an empty home. Nest automatically saves energy when you re away.
This unique technology helps you use less air conditioning while staying perfectly cool.
Change the temperature from anywhere with your smartphone, tablet or laptop.
Nest thermostats cannot be shipped to PO boxes.
The Nest thermostat works in most homes with low voltage systems make sure it'll work in yours. Most people install it themselves in 30 minutes or less.
Your thermostat controls half your energy bill more than appliances, more than electronics. So shouldn't it help you save energy?
Nest shows you how much energy you use every day in Energy History and every month in your Home Report. So you can see when you use more energy, like on weekends or Monday nights, and how to use less. Saving has never been so easy.
Before you purchase the Nest Learning Thermostat, please make sure that your heating and cooling system(s) are compatible. You can easily check your HVAC compatibility by using our thermostat buyer's guide.
C-wire is not required
A c-wire (also referred to as a common wire) is a low voltage power wire that many modern thermostats require for their features to work.
This Nest Learning Thermostat does not require a c-wire to work. Nest has a built-in battery that can be charged using the heating and cooling wires.
Nest however recommends that you connect a c-wire if you already have one. To determine if you have a c-wire, please remove your old thermostat's cover plate. You should see several wire terminals labeled with letters. If a wire is connected to the C terminal, you have a c-wire.