I currently have a heating setup using Cadet wall heaters. Three of the bedrooms each have a single Cadet heating unit with its own Honeywell dial-style Thermostat. The living room, dining room, and kitchen each have their own Cadet heating unit and are controlled by one single Honeywell dial-style thermostat located in the living room. The two bathrooms have a single Cadet heating unit. While the unit in the kitchen is controlled by the thermostat in the living room, it and the units in the two bathrooms can be manually turned on/off.
It's working just fine, however, I'm curious if I could get and install a programmable thermostat which could control and schedule when the heat turns on/off in each room, separately based on the times that we're in said rooms. For example, having the temperature controlled in the bedrooms from 9pm to 5am (heaters would be on/off based on the temperature), but off in the living room (because no one is in there); while from 5am to 8am and 3pm to 9pm the temperature is being controlled in the common rooms.
- Can I replace the dial-style thermostat with a single thermostat, which would also have remote thermostats in each of the rooms which currently have a dial-style thermostat?
- Does this type of thing exist?
- If so, am I able to change/upgrade my existing dial-style thermostats with this type of thing?