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The latest Honeywell programmable thermostats can help homeowners save as much as 33 percent of their heating and cooling costs. They represent the latest in a long line of innovations in automated home comfort controls. Honeywell engineers first began working on ways to incorporate a clock into their thermostat designs in 1906, and by 1908, the company was advertising its Minneapolis Heat Regulator “with or without time attachment.” The time attachment could turn up the heat on cold winter mornings while homeowners were still snug in their beds.    


 

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