Are You Tired of Being Too Hot in Some Areas and Too Cold In Others? (image)
A home not zoned will leave someone uncomfortable somewhere in your home. It’s too much to expect one thermostat to provide perfect conditions for every room in your home. What is comfortable for the sleeping area may be uncomfortable for the living area and vice versa. A home not zoned is uncomfortable and costs you more in heating/cooling costs.
Why should you sacrifice comfort, spend more money and waste more energy? You no longer have to! Zoning is your answer.
An EWC ULTRA-ZONE HOME requires no special attention on your part, simply set the temperature in each zone to your desired comfort level and your ULTRA-ZONE system does the rest.
Zoning divides your home into areas with common heating and cooling requirements. Each zone is controlled by its own thermostat, allowing you to be comfortable no matter where you are in your home. Zoning also allows you to leave unoccupied areas without heating or cooling, saving you more money on energy costs. In addition, EWC’s ULTRA-ZONE system can be used with a variety of night setback thermostats.
How the Ultra-Zone System Works
The purpose of the Ultra-Zone system is to provide total comfort in the home and office. Motorized dampers are “opened” or “closed” by thermostats based on the temperature set point of the homeowner. The damper system will control the airflow through the ductwork and deliver ONLY the desired air to the desired location. Each thermostat has the ability to turn on and shut off the heating and cooling. The Ultra-Zone system can accommodate over 30 zones. This means that over 30 thermostats can be installed in a home or building to control the temperature in each zone.
There are very few Ultra-Zone components that are needed to make the zoning system function. The control panel is the “brain” of the system. The zone thermostats allow independent temperature control and the zone dampers control the airflow to the zone thermostats. A transformer is needed to power the system and occasionally a by-pass damper may be required.