Lyric products make your home smarter – so you can take control, even when you’re away.
Warm breeze, bright sun and family fun. Get your home ready to weather summer, even on the hottest of days.
When the season of renewal comes calling, give your home a fresh start.
Winter means cozy sweaters, warm fires, family and friends, holidays, and a new year.
A Honeywell home means coming home to, cleaner air.
Peace of mind is priceless and thanks to the innovative simplicity of Honeywell.
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Don't let that drip ruin your trip. The Lyric™ Wi-Fi Water and Freeze Detector helps keep things dry indoors while you enjoy the great summer outdoors.
Allergy control begins at home. Honeywell Air Cleansers help keep pollen and seasonal allergies at bay while providing you with a healthier and more comfortable indoor environment.
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Humidity isn't just a part of the day's forecast. It can directly affect the climate of your home and the air you breathe. Control your indoor climate with Honeywell dehumidifiers.
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Use as much natural light as possible to illuminate your home, but keep your blinds closed during the daytime to keep the heat out.
Keep doors open in your home to increase air flow, and make sure rooms like bathrooms have proper ventilation. You should also have your system fan cycle to move air from cooler basements throughout your home.
Avoid using the oven on hot summer days. Instead, cook on the stove, use a microwave oven, or grill outside to keep the cooking heat away.
Clothes dryers are one of the most expensive home appliances to operate. Hanging your clothes outside to dry uses no energy, just make sure there is no rain in the forecast.
Reduce cooling costs in the summer months by planting trees. Trees draw water from the ground to the leaves and release water vapor which cools the surrounding air.
Planting shrubs, bushes and vines against the south and west sides of your house creates dead air spaces that insulate your home in all seasons.
As shade trees grow, so do your energy savings. According to the US Department of Energy, three big shade trees may reduce up to $250 off your annual energy bill.