Curious what people have their guests set a non-smart thermostat on when they check out? I think the answer is to get a smart one and avoid this all together....but until then, what is most everyone doing? We are in South-ish Texas close to Houston. Thanks!
@Lindsey260 When we have had zero renters (not often anymore) we have asked housekeeping to turn the system off. And yes, do get a smart thermostat that you can control via an app on your phone. It will tell you what the temperature in the house is, and you can schedule or adjust accordingly. Our Nest can also be locked to a range of temperatures so the guests do not have the ability to set things too high or too low.