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"Ask Adam" Adam has been in the HVAC industry for over 40 years. He has been involved in all aspects of the business from service to sales. His main interest is in customer comfort. Where Should Your Thermostat Be Located? Adam Kern, Owner Official Heating & Cooling Throughout the year we receive numerous inquiries regarding indoor comfort issues. Sometimes the problem is simply relocating the thermostat. The larger the house the more difficult it is to have uniform temperature with one thermostat. For most homes the ideal location for a thermostat is a hallway. This tends to give the most uniform temperature throughout the house. The following is a list of thermostat Do's and Don'ts: O Typically they should be 4.5-5 feet above the floor. O Never on an exterior wall. O Should always be on an interior wall. O Never in a kitchen. O Can be mounted near a central return. O Never mounted near a supply register. O Never near an exterior door. O Never place an end table with a light fixture under a thermostat. If your thermostat is installed in the proper location but you are experiencing comfort issues, call us for a FREE in home evaluation. The most common and proven resolutions to fix these problems is with ductwork modification, zoning or Aeroseal duct sealing. If you have any HVAC questions, call 800-350-HVAC (4822) or email adam@officialhvac.com For room by room temperature control Bella says: SALE! Call Official foday and ask aboutZoning! OFFICIAL Heating & Cooling 800-350-HVAC (4822) officialhvac.com EACTORY PRE DEALER NATE 4 Time Honoree Carrier BBB A+ Tu ts "Ask Adam" Adam has been in the HVAC industry for over 40 years. He has been involved in all aspects of the business from service to sales. His main interest is in customer comfort. Where Should Your Thermostat Be Located? Adam Kern, Owner Official Heating & Cooling Throughout the year we receive numerous inquiries regarding indoor comfort issues. Sometimes the problem is simply relocating the thermostat. The larger the house the more difficult it is to have uniform temperature with one thermostat. For most homes the ideal location for a thermostat is a hallway. This tends to give the most uniform temperature throughout the house. The following is a list of thermostat Do's and Don'ts: O Typically they should be 4.5-5 feet above the floor. O Never on an exterior wall. O Should always be on an interior wall. O Never in a kitchen. O Can be mounted near a central return. O Never mounted near a supply register. O Never near an exterior door. O Never place an end table with a light fixture under a thermostat. If your thermostat is installed in the proper location but you are experiencing comfort issues, call us for a FREE in home evaluation. The most common and proven resolutions to fix these problems is with ductwork modification, zoning or Aeroseal duct sealing. If you have any HVAC questions, call 800-350-HVAC (4822) or email adam@officialhvac.com For room by room temperature control Bella says: SALE! Call Official foday and ask aboutZoning! OFFICIAL Heating & Cooling 800-350-HVAC (4822) officialhvac.com EACTORY PRE DEALER NATE 4 Time Honoree Carrier BBB A+ Tu ts