As smart thermostats gain traction, so should zoning
As the number of North American and European homes with smart thermostats grew by 67 percent to 10.1 million in 2016, according to a new report from research company Berg Insight, zoning should soon follow.
The number of North American and European homes with smart thermostats grew by 67 percent to 10.1 million in 2016, according to a new report from research company Berg Insight.
Smart thermostats is a particularly attractive opportunity in the smart home market, as these systems are of great interest for consumers, energy companies and HVAC [heating, ventilation and air conditioning] service providers,” said Anders Frick, Senior Analyst, Berg Insight.
Consumers are embracing smart thermostats primarily due to the potential for energy savings, increased comfort and convenience. However, while smart thermostats are indeed useful and offer a higher level of versatility than standard ones, they can only reach their full potential when used together with a solution enabling owners to create heating zones – such as the HeatSave wireless thermostatic radiator valves.
Savings of up to 30% on average energy bills can be achieved when using the HeatSave wireless thermostatic radiator valves together with the HeatingSave Building Management Systems (BEMS), thereby optimizing energy consumption across your home.
The HeatSave wireless thermostatic valves represent a very good solution for any household. That’s because the TRVs can help customers slash their energy bills by up to an impressive 30 percent by allowing them to thoroughly control the heating patterns for every single one of their radiators.
If you want to find out more about the HeatSave wireless programmable thermostatic radiator valves, get in touch with our dedicated product team, they’ll be more than happy to answer all your questions and queries.