Burbank, CA (PRWEB) May 06, 2014
Venstar Inc., in conjunction with 981 Media, today launched the newest video in its ColorTouch® TV video series. Available online now, the video is titled, “Controlling Your Furnace or Boiler Remotely with a ColorTouch Thermostat and Two-Wire Kit.” The video series includes detailed “how-to” videos designed to help users easily program, customize and make the most of their ColorTouch Wi-Fi Thermostats.
In the video, ColorTouch TV host Arloa Reston shows viewers how to easily and affordably convert older two-wire heaters and boilers to accept programmable thermostats, including Venstar’s ColorTouch residential touch screen thermostat with Wi-Fi. This gives users remote control of their thermostats via the Internet, resulting in greater control of energy usage and costs.
“Having an older home no longer means you can’t save money with the latest in energy-saving technology,” said Steve Dushane, CEO of Venstar. “This video shows how easy it is to upgrade older equipment and take advantage of the savings and convenience offered by the Venstar ColorTouch thermostat with Wi-Fi.”
With more than 3 billion hours of videos watched each month on YouTube alone, the demand for video is increasingly becoming an essential part of online marketing and education.
To view all of the ColorTouch TV videos, visit http://www.venstar.com/tv/.
About 981 Media
981 Media is a marketing and design firm that specializes in helping business succeed online by creating innovative websites, videos, mobile apps and online marketing campaigns.
About Venstar Inc.
Founded in 1992, Venstar Inc. is a leading thermostat and energy management system (EMS) supplier, known for providing value to its customers via ease of use and installation, proven cost savings, improved energy efficiency, quality and reliability. Venstar is one of the largest thermostat suppliers in the world and designs and produces Venstar-branded products, as well as OEM thermostat products for the biggest names in HVAC. Venstar’s Surveyor is a leading energy management system, typically saving small-box retailers 25–35 percent of their energy costs, which translates to tens of millions of dollars in savings each year and dramatic reductions in CO2 emissions. Surveyor currently controls the energy usage of more than 20,000+ retail locations across the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Mexico.