Zone Your Home

Home zoning is another great use for programmable thermostats. Zoning allows you to group the rooms in your home according to their heating and cooling needs. In many homes, family members do not agree on what the indoor temperature should be. Someone is always cold or always hot, and a battle is waged at the thermostat. Wouldn’t it be great if everyone could be happy? Zoning your home may help.

Home offices often have computers and printers running that cause the room to heat up quickly. By zoning the room, you can compensate for the electronic heat by setting the room to a lower temperature. If you’re an empty-nester, you can zone the empty kids’ rooms, saving money by not heating unused space. And when everyone crowds into your home for the holidays, use zoning to turn down the temperature in the rooms filled with your guests without making the other rooms uncomfortable.


You may also be interested in smart thermostats.

Need more information on zoning? Contact our team today.

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