Different activities, different temperature zones

I guess I’m the type of person who doesn’t like to sit still.

By this, I mean that I always need to be engaged and accomplishing something or else I feel like I’m wasting my life.

I am not the type of person who will sit around and zone out on the couch in front of the TV all day. The thought of that makes my skin crawl and I get restless leg syndrome immediately. I always want to be working on something meaningful which means that I have a lot of diverse hobbies and activities in my life. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to contain all of these activities under one roof. When you have a central heating and cooling system you only get one temperature control for the entire home. I can go to the thermostat and I can turn on the cooling system or the heating system. I can have one consistent temperature throughout the entire house. Unfortunately, that’s not what I need when I have stagnant activities and heat building activities to accomplish all day long. That’s why I had a zone controlled heating and cooling system installed in my house. Now, I have separate zones of comfort for my extremely distinct activities each day. If I want to sit down and just sew I can have a nice warm indoor air quality to keep my fingers from freezing up. If I feel like working out I can decrease the air temperature in that space so I can properly work up a sweat. It’s difficult being such a busy bee but my new zone control heating and cooling system helps keep me comfortable with all the buzzing.


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