A common problem found in most 2-story homes is that during the summer, the upstairs is too hot, and during the winter, making the downstairs comfortable overheats the upstairs.
The Comfort Problem
During the hot summer months, the upstairs needs more cooling. When cooling is activated, the downstairs space is cooled to its comfort temperature. The upstairs doesn't cool at the same rate and the upstairs temperature continues to rise even though cooling cycles on and off. The upstairs can be as much as 10 degrees hotter than the downstairs.
During the winter, the downstairs needs more heating. When heating is activated, the downstairs space is heated to its comfort temperature but the upstairs becomes overheated causing discomfort and wasted energy.
The Comfort365 corrects the problem by automatically or manually distributing more cooling airflow to the upstairs during the summer and distributing more heating airflow downstairs during the winter resulting in a uniformly comfortable home in every season.
The Comfort365 Airflow Solution
Lower Cost and Simple Installation
The Comfort365 is about half the cost of a zoning system and easier to install. It eliminates the bypass duct and bypass damper, the discharge air temperature sensor and installing a separate 24VAC transformer. Detailed cost and installation comparisons are available to qualified distributors and contractors.
Provides Comfort and Energy Savings
The Comfort365 saves energy during heating by distributing more heating airflow to the downstairs space and satisfying the call sooner.
The Comfort365 provides comfort by distributing more heating or cooling airflow to the space that needs it and less to the space that doesn't.
The Comfort365 saves energy at night by automatically or manually distributing more airflow to the upstairs sleeping space and less to the unoccupied downstairs space.