In zoned systems, each thermostat controls heating independently in order to heat different areas of the house. Zoned systems save energy by allowing homeowners to only heat the part of the home that they need, instead of the whole house.
In a zoned system, multiple thermostats control one heating system that selectively distributes heat different parts of the home. For example, when one zone needs heating, that zone’s valves open, guiding the hot water to the radiators or in-floor pipes in that area of the home. When both zone valves aren’t calling for heat, the boiler turns off, saving energy.
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