Zoned heating and air

Our first day of winter often feels like an extra day of Autumn.  This year, it didn’t comprehend what it wanted to be.  The day started out at about forty-five degrees, and the temperature fell as the day wore on.  It started to drizzle in the morning, and after almost an hour of rain, the cool temperatures fell drastically again.  The water turned to frost, and it has stayed there ever since.  I am so glad that we have a fantastic Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system.  All of us can set the control component to seventy degrees, and it will keep it there all day long without any hassle.  My husband set it on a timer so that when evening comes, the only rooms that have the advantage of the heating are the living rooms and powder room.  It works out undoubtedly well, and we care about the advantage of the timer and the zone control because of how much electricity it saves us.  The current Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system and all of its add-ons are true electricity saving technology.  When I was younger, we had a control unit but it helped to keep the air stuffy.  There wasn’t a timer, and there wasn’t any zone control.  If you ended up being in one of the rooms that was nearest to the furnace, you had fantastic heat.  The further away from the furnace, the less warm air you had.  All of us didn’t have A/C, and I don’t think we ever noticed the difference.  In the Wintertime, you pulled out an extra cover and put it beneath you to help with the heating.  In the summertime, we turned on a lot of fans.  The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C is a fantastic thing, and I appreciate it more than I used to.