Can you control the temperature of each room separately when heating your house with air conditioning?
A heat pump, found in AC units and used to heat, rather than cool your home, force heat from the ground, water or air into rooms in a building and also into a hot water supply system. Heat pumps also power radiators and underfloor heating.
If you install thermostats in each room you can control the temperature in each room. This is more economic financially and saves energy, as it allows you to heat only the rooms you need to heat at any one time. This is achieved by distributing water from the buffer (e.g. by a circulation pump), which stores the heat it produces. This control function doesn’t interfere with the function of the heat pump itself. It is safe and allows you to enjoy all the benefits of the zone control.
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