How To Create a Comfortable Home


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How To Create a Comfortable Home

  1. 1. How to create a <br />Comfortable Home<br />
  2. 2. Indoor Comfort for Distinctive Spaces<br />from Jackson Systems<br />Today’s homes are built with amazing features: vaulted ceilings, lofts, solariums, finished basements, bonus rooms and more. But basic heating and cooling systems often aren’t up to the task of keeping these living spaces comfortable in a cost-efficient and energy efficient manner. Fortunately, modern technology and consumer demands have led to a new era of heating and cooling systems.<br />Learn More at<br />
  3. 3. Energy Savings<br />Indoor comfort and everyday savings<br />The U.S. Department of Energy reports that the typical family spends $1,300 on its annual utility bill, with 44 percent devoted to heating and cooling expenses. <br />Unfortunately, cost and energy waste are on the rise. By implementing a few simple energy-efficient measures, you can reduce your energy bills by 10 – 50 percent, reduce air pollution and increase your family’s household comfort.<br />Learn More at<br />
  4. 4. Comfort System™ zone control<br />from Jackson Systems<br />Comfort System zone control allows you to use only one HVAC unit and have up to 12 separate temperature zones, or areas, controlled by individual thermostats and motorized dampers located in the ductwork. If you use programmable thermostats, not only do you get the comfort you want but also the energy savings you demand. Programmable thermostats allow you to set the time and temperature of each zone in the home without having to constantly adjust the thermostats. This innovative system allows you to accommodate your lifestyle and control your utility bills.<br />Learn More at<br />
  5. 5. You will benefit from zone control if you have any of the following:<br /><ul><li> Home with two or more stories
  6. 6. Large, open areas with vaulted ceilings or lofts
  7. 7. Sprawling, ranch-style house
  8. 8. Bonus rooms
  9. 9. Finished basement
  10. 10. Rooms with expansive glass areas
  11. 11. Areas that require multiple temperatures such as a home theater or gym
  12. 12. Home built on a concrete slab
  13. 13. Rooms that require less heating and cooling than others such as guest bedrooms or in-laws quarter</li></ul>Zone control benefits:<br /><ul><li> Individualized temperature control in each living space of your home
  14. 14. Reduced energy bills
  15. 15. Reduced installation costs
  16. 16. Reduced maintenance costs
  17. 17. Responsible energy conservation</li></ul>Learn More at<br />
  18. 18. Typical Zoning Example<br />Zone One<br />Zone Two<br />Just like having a light switch for each room requiring light, zone control gives you the ability to maintain heating and cooling in a given room. With the ability to have up to six zones in your home, program your thermostat to heat and cool as you wish, and save energy and money while doing so, there’s no reason to not zone your home.<br />Learn More at<br />
  19. 19. Our wireless family of zone control products make this simple and easy.<br />No cutting your walls, nor your ceilings. Wireless typically means no cutting, less wires and all the benefits of comfort system.<br />The family of wireless products available for you today:<br /><ul><li> Wireless zoning system
  20. 20. ZoneOne wireless zone
  21. 21. Wireless thermostats (programmable!)
  22. 22. Wireless relays</li></ul>We’ll help you understand which product(s) will work best for your home and comfort needs.<br />Get Started Today<br />Contact us to get a no obligation quote for enjoying wireless zoning products in your home!<br />Learn More at<br />
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