Got a homeowner using smart, wi-fi enabled or programmable thermostats? Learn how they can benefit from adding Arzel Zoning.
According to ENERGY STAR®, the ideal homeowner comfort level lays between 70 and 78 degrees, and to maximize energy efficiency it is recommended to lower or raise the temperature by 8 degrees when away. Smart thermostats automatically adjust temperatures, programmable thermostats follow a preset schedule, and wi-fi enabled thermostats even allow comfort management remotely. While they sound efficient, in reality, they cause over conditioning and waste energy by not distributing the conditioned air evenly into the areas that are actually used. Why? Because there is only one thermostat managing different temperatures throughout the day for the entire house. Unused areas receive unnecessary conditioning while other livable areas won’t reach the desired temperature. This is because the thermostat reached its set temperature at its location, and in most cases that is in the hallway. Doesn’t quite sound smart or energy efficient, does it? Now, before homeowner’s waste money and energy on space heaters or window A/C units, why not offer zoning?
All Arzel panels are compatible with any 24v, smart, wi-fi enabled or programmable thermostat. A thermostat in each zone will manage zoning calls automatically to ensure desired temperatures are always reached in the most efficient way. Zoning avoids over and under conditioning and guarantees, the homeowners comfort in the areas where they actually spend time. It will also save homeowners up to 30% on their monthly energy bill by running their HVAC unit more efficiently, while greatly improving their comfort. This leaves them a happy customer – all thanks to you for helping them automate their comfort in the smartest way possible. To learn more about our Arzel panels’ clever abilities and how you can help homeowners be more energy efficient and more comfortable with our smart zoning solutions, contact our technical support team to learn more about thermostats and their compatibility.