Did you ever hear of zone control for your property? I had no idea just what that meant until my HVAC specialist explained it for me. Zoned control is centered on thermostats and temperature settings. Rather than keeping your entire house at just one temperature, you can concentrate on specific zones and customize with comfort and ease. Not every room in your home requires the same amount of air conditioning service. Hot air rises, so it’s likely that the second floor of your home is warmer than the floor below it. If you’ve got a variety of south-facing windows, they probably take in the sun and heat up the room. Rooms on the northern side of the house might get hit by the cold wind. With zone control, you can address each of such issues separately, because each room has its very own thermostat. The thermostats talk to one another and share information; the thermostat that is located nearest the HVAC unit is considered the master command center. From there, you can access all of the other controls, to check numbers or make minor adjustments. The key control will display indoor and also outdoor temperatures, relative indoor dampness, and even alerts for new maintenance needs for your HVAC equipment. You can even incorporate air quality products into the zone control to better target serious issues with airborne dust, ventilation, or moisture. Different families can customize conditions in the home’s personal space, making changes to temperature without affecting every room in the home. You can heat up the lounge room for grandma, without sweating your son out of his own bedroom. And, you can save money by means of programming the system to recognize when you have left out the front door or you are asleep.