It is typical to find only one thermostat in the entire house. Imagine being able to lower your utility bill by 30% just by zoning. HVAC electrical power typically uses 50-65% of your entire bill. Have you ever considered zoning your home for energy savings and more comfort? The thermostat in your hallway next to your kitchen will keep the kitchen and hallway at the temperature you set the thermostat for but how about the bedroom or dining room on the other side of the house or on the second floor? This is what we call zoning, being able to add a thermostat to other areas to make sure they maintain the perfect temperature without over working your compressor. We add dampers in the ductwork to control air flow to preferred areas. Why should you keep cooling and heating areas that you are not occupying? During the day you use your living room and kitchen areas the most and at night you are using your bedroom. Why not save money by controlling the temperatures in areas that are needed.