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25% of all Netatmo products for Black Friday
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25% of all Netatmo products for Black Friday

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Posted 28th Nov 2019

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Great deal - thanks. I’ve got the weather station, indoor modules, and Welcome and Presence indoor and outdoor cameras and they are all superb. I wouldn’t buy anything else - especially good for Apple users as the Homekit integration is great.
can someone advise.... our radiator valves are non thermostatic - just have + - markings. will these still work or do we need to fit thermostatic valves before we can install netatmo?
redmouse228/11/2019 10:31

can someone advise.... our radiator valves are non thermostatic - just …can someone advise.... our radiator valves are non thermostatic - just have + - markings. will these still work or do we need to fit thermostatic valves before we can install netatmo?


I would think you would need thermostatic valves.
redmouse228/11/2019 10:31

can someone advise.... our radiator valves are non thermostatic - just …can someone advise.... our radiator valves are non thermostatic - just have + - markings. will these still work or do we need to fit thermostatic valves before we can install netatmo?


The Netatmo thermostat will work fine with normal radiator valves. The heating will mainly be controlled by the temperature where the thermostat is located. You can get more control and efficiency by adding thermostatic valves and you'd get even more control installing Netatmo's own smart valves but you'll have to factor in how many rooms your house has, how well insulated, how big they are., how often you use them and other factors to decide how much to spend on them. You could just get the thermostat and see how it goes - if one or two rooms regularly gets hotter than necessary, you could invest in thermostatic valves there.
We've had ours since 2015 with no major issues. I had to drill a hole through an interior wall to move the thermostat to a better location but otherwise it has just worked - I think I have changed the batteries once.
It's main benefit is convenience (works via app, Google home and alexa) , don't expect it to bring your energy bills down.
I’d be really interested to hear from anybody who thinks they’ve achieved energy savings using the NetAtmo radiator valves.

I’d plan to let unused parts of the house cool down when not in use to minimise heat loss. Heat loss is proportional to the difference between outdoor and indoor temperature, so if it’s 10° outside the heat loss from a 20°C room will be double that of a 15°C room. The system would need to turn the temperature back up in time for comfort before the room were used.
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