We often hear that opposites attract. If a couple is different in every way, there’s likely to be arguments over a lot of things. There are things that the couple should agree on to make life a lot easier. They should come to a compromise on how many kids to have, how much to invest into a house and their long term goals in life. It is better if they can at least agree on the preferred temperature for indoor comfort. The thermostat setting can be a source of considerable debate. If the one partner wants to blast the air conditioner at full capacity throughout the summer and the other one would rather have the windows opens, there can be arguments. If the husband insists on cutting costs by barely running the furnace and the wife is perpetually cold, this can lead to problems. Reaching a compromise when it comes to heating and cooling is important to a happy home. Adjusting the thermostat bh a few degrees has a significant impact on the comfort of the home and the annual energy bills. Zone control can be helpful. With this easy upgrade to the heating and cooling equipment, each room can be regulated through independent thermostats. Making adjustments doesn’t affect the whole home, which helps to trim costs and accommodates personal preference. Switching to zone control isn’t all that costly and the project doesn’t make a mess. It simply relies on a series of valves added into the duct system. These valves direct air flow to specific rooms. There’s also the need for thermostats in each room. The energy conservation typically pays for the price of installation.