Once the maintenance and repairs were done, the servicemen went ahead installing the zoning system on the electric heating system
For the longest time, the rooms on the ground floor of my house always felt colder than the rest of the rooms even in summer. During summer, my kids would fight for who would sleep in the guest room on the ground floor because it felt cooler. They would also fight for temperature control as we never could get to moderate temperatures that suited every occupant in the house. I had enough so I decided to visit the local service provider to see if I could get a solution to this problem. The heating contractor suggested I transform the electric heat pump that I had already installed into a zone control system. He assured me that the digital thermostat, as well as its function, would not be affected by the new system. The heating technician had to first come to the house to assess the whole-home heating in order to further advise. The expert suggested that we first execute a thorough furnace/heater tune-up on the central heater as well as fix any furnace/heater repairs that were needed. As they worked the senior professional gave me another suggestion on solving the uneven temperature issue, installing radiant floor heating. The only downside of these units was that they cost more than the zoning system. Once the maintenance and repairs were done, the servicemen went ahead installing the zoning system on the electric heating system. With all these systems, I was worried that the energy bills would skyrocket to a ridiculous number but the experts shared some useful energy-saving tips that would come in handy. Within the first night, we all noticed a difference and for the first time since we moved in, the ground floor rooms were the same temperature as the rest of the house.