One of the biggest disadvantages associated with central forced-air heaters is their inability to modulate their output for different areas of the house. Since each room in a home tends to be insulated slightly differently, central heating often creates hot and cold spots in rooms that heat up or cool off faster than others. This leads to a lot of wasted energy, as well as a fair bit of discomfort for those in the home. Fortunately, there’s a fairly easy way to fix this issue. Read on to find out more about zone control.
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Hot and cold spots are a common problem in homes across the country, and they can be incredibly uncomfortable. It’s never fun to walk into a room and find it ten degrees off from the rest of the house, or to have the lower part of your body be freezing while your top half is stifling. Fortunately, there are a number of different options for treating these hot and cold spots in your home. Read on for more information.
As the days start to warm up, more and more people are going to be running their air conditioners on a regular basis. Though central air conditioning is effective as a whole, it is not a very precise system. This is primarily the result of two things: reliance on a single thermostat and inability to moderate output to different parts of the home.