Generally, new Heating & A/C systems are more energy-efficient compared to older Heating & A/C systems. If you just installed a new Heating & A/C system, you might have seen the reusey mode choice on the screen of your smart temperature control. Smart temperature controls also referred to as programmable temperature controls, adjust your temperature to anticipate your comfort needs. In contrast, conventional temperature controls allow you to adjust your room temperature following your needs, making the latter the less efficient energy option. Recovery mode on a smart temperature control is a relatively new concept found on a wide variety of premium models. Your Heating & A/C method enters reusey mode before it gets ready to lower or raise your room temperature. For example, when you set your smart temperature control to lower the temperature by the time you arrive new home from your errands, your Heating & A/C method can start increasing your temperature about an minute before the set time. In this case, reusey means the Heating & A/C method is waking up from its power-saving mode. Since severe room temperature changes consume more electricity, increasing your room temperature gradually to achieve your desired temperature reduces your Heating & A/C system’s load as well as energy consumption. In turn, it lowers your utility bills as well as reduces the occasions of overloads as well as breakdowns. There are a few reasons why your method will go into reusey mode quickly. Mostly it involves inproper programming. For instance, not setting your temperature control to automatically turn off or on at a precise time might force your method into reusey mode. Consider checking your smart temperature control after a blackout or power surge to reset your temperature control back to its default configuration.