Choosing the right smart heating controls is just as important as choosing the right heating system.
Controlling your heating more effectively will save you money and increase the comfort of your home, i-Sense multi zone heating control system work with the iSense wi-fi electric radiators, in zoned systems, each iSense wi-fi thermostat controls heating independently in order to heat different areas of the house.
Heating empty rooms or unoccupied areas of the home wastes plenty of energy, so it makes sense to restrict which zones are heated. Some areas in buildings, especially large buildings, require different levels of heating at different scheduled time. Our electric radiators are available with a range of different controls including smart systems that enable you to control your electric radiators via a cloud based Application.
In the old days the average heating systems begin with one or two zones: one upstairs and one downstairs. There is usually one analogue room stat in each house, making it a single zone home, so it controls the heating for the whole home. If you position your ineffective roomstat in the coldest room in the house, it will continually call for the heating to come on, ideally all types of heating system should have a room thermostat and a programmer on each radiator or room. However, todays advanced technology allows for multiple zones considering the individual needs of different areas of your house.With room-to-room heating comes more potential for energy savings.
Electric Heating Management in multi rooms.
One of the biggest energy draining problems in homes is having an advanced heating system which loses every bit of its efficiency because the analogue control system is not up to the job.
Choosing the right heating controls is just as important as choosing the right heating system. In a nutshell, multi zones heating allows you to independently control the temperature of a given room in your property separately from any other (providing your existing heating can be setup as individual zones). For example, you may wish to retain a higher temperature 21.5° in your living room than you do in your dining room as the living room is occupied more frequently.