We need separate thermostats

We have thermostats in every room and separate temperature systems to make those air conditions a reality

I enjoy people with a lot of passion and spirit. Not the sort of folks who can just roll with the punches and appease to the desires of others. When I was looking for a wife I knew that I wanted a woman who would happily express themself and think independently. I realized early on that it was very important for me to date someone with big opinions, in other words. But, down the road I did not realize how challenging this opinionated personality would be. Apparently, putting two or more strong personalities under one roof is extremely hard and causes fights, all the way down to your central heating, cooling, and air quality control system. For years, my wife and I have been at odds when it comes to our thermostat settings. We never see eye to eye on the temperature control program as it relates to our financial concerns and individual indoor air quality preferences. I am always trying to decrease the thermostat usage, while she blows out the whole house. This means, our poor central heating, cooling, and ventilation system spends a lot of energy alternating between differing temperature control options. We have been routinely fighting about the additional wear and tear that we put on our heating, cooling, and air quality control system for the past decade. At some point it became necessary for us to consider either divorce… or replacing the indoor air handling devices. That’s when we came up with a solution. Zone controlled heating and cooling has saved our marriage. We have thermostats in every room and separate temperature systems to make those air conditions a reality. The best part? We spend very little time together to engage in bickering from our distinct zones of comfort.

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