Whether you are planning a new house built or improving your current home, you should always remember that a Smart Heating System isn’t just for one room. To be truly energy efficient and save on those house bills, we’ve listed below areas to consider when having your Smart Heating System installed.
Most installers will try to use one thermostat to try and control more then one zone, but to get the best out of your system, always consider having a controller in each room which will adjust to your lifestyle.
Remember, you’re not the only one that lives in your house and other occupants will need to be considered when having a Smart Heating System. Your bedroom, depending on your lifestyle is generally used in the morning and evening, but during the day you’ll be either at work or doing other things within your life. With different occupants within your household, each one will have a comfortability zone for them set when using the system.
Just because a Smart Heating System is installed, doesn’t mean it’ll save you money straight away. The system will be smart when you get smart with the way you control temperatures through each room and you need to remember that not all your rooms need to have heating at the same time. A key area to remember is to control each zone based on your lifestyle, so if your household is in during the periods of 6AM to 9AM, and evening times, then use the system to control this at various parts of the day.