Chances are, your car already has dual temperature controls. One for the driver, and one for the passenger — that’s comfort zoning!
We’ve come to expect individual climate controls within our automobile. If you like it hot and your passenger likes it cool, just press a button and you’re each in your own comfort zone. This is the type of comfort you’ve grown used to, on the road. Shouldn’t you expect the same level of comfort inside your home?
Are your first and second floor temperatures considerably different during the summer and winter months? Are you opening and closing vents in the hopes of offsetting the difference? Would you like to be able to control each floor temperature independently? If so, please continue reading as we have the proper solution to your problem.
Many home owners believe their comfort system is inadequate, therefore causing a lack of conditioning in certain areas. The truth is, most of the comfort systems installed in this area are more than adequate. The biggest problem being found today in newer construction homes is inadequate ductwork. Other variables that must be considered are windows, insulation, and sun exposure. The best way to overcome these obstacles is thru duct-zoning. We isolate your first and second floor ducts using reliable automatic dampers which are controlled independently by their own thermostat. Your existing thermostat will be utilized on its current floor and a second thermostat will be installed on the additional floor.
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Keep the temperature of your home or office consistent on every level. Call Dutch Heating Inc. at 717-843-0276 today to schedule your FREE estimate!
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