HVAC Zoning in an Afternoon.

HVAC Zoning in an Afternoon.

Controlling temperature room by room

HVAC systems commonly offer a one temperature fits all approach to heating and cooling: Air is forced throughout the home from a centralized heating or cooling system, with vents that must be opened and closed by hand as the only means of controlling the temperature of each room. The market to refine these old HVAC systems in residential homes is extensive and companies like “Ecovent” are leading the way.

Energy Squad and Ecovent Smart HVAC Systems

 The “Ecovent” smart comfort system is a whole home, intelligent zoning system that delivers room-by-room temperature control. The system is made up of self-configuring room sensors, vents and a Smart Hub. The sensors plug into a standard wall outlet, detect the climate of the room and send the information to the Smart Hub. The Smart Hub then opens and closes vents in your home and communicates with the Wi-Fi thermostat to achieve your temperature preferences.

Ecovent’s advanced system of wireless vents and sensors intelligently diagnose the factors impacting room temperature and automatically adjust airflow into each room to achieve the perfectly desired temperature. With Ecovent, homeowners have the ability to control the temperature of each room individually through an app, saving energy and money by heating and cooling only the rooms that need conditioning instead of the entire home.

Energy Squad and Ecovent


For HVAC contractors and other industry professionals looking to deliver home climate control to their customers, Ecovent provides a complete, wireless zoning system that is more cost effective, less invasive and far easier to install than traditional zoning systems.

Ecovent was recently featured on “This old house” and received CES “Mark of Excellence Award for Automation Device of the Year, 2015”

Contact Energy Squad to learn more about Ecovent or to place your order, please contact Energy Squad – Sales@EnergySquad.com or visit our website – www.EnergySquad.com

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