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  1. #1
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    Question Best zone control product for residential use

    I've been looking at a bunch of zone control products out here and I'm confused! Could someone please tell me which brand they perfer and why? I trying to include zoning into my services and would like some advices.

    Thanks

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    what are you controling?

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    A total of 4 zones. A standard furnace and air. It could be a 90 % er,it would be damper controled with possibly a bypass in the system. I've been looking at zonex and jackson systems and can't decide!

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    i have never used it but i sell alot of arzel. contractors seem to like it.

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    EWC has work great for us. I have been using them for about 6 years in res and small commersal jobs

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    Have used JACKSON SYSTEMS on Residential and Commercial jobs , good product , great service / response from factory on any warranty issues.

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    I was leaning towards Jackson Systems. Another thing! You do you sell them to a customer? Do you do more retro fits or do you add it into a new install quotes ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beenaxed View Post
    EWC has work great for us. I have been using them for about 6 years in res and small commersal jobs
    I second the EWC control. They are a great product with a great manual to explain the functions. They also have great tech support to the contractor.
    Some people know the cost of everything but the value of nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cook42 View Post
    A total of 4 zones. A standard furnace and air. It could be a 90 % er,it would be damper controled with possibly a bypass in the system. I've been looking at zonex and jackson systems and can't decide!
    Are you replacing the furnace and air at the same time?

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    Done a couple with this company......Good guys and good system..



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    Yes! I would like to sell this as a package deal.

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    Zonex Systems

    Hi cook42, proper application is key with any zoning system, although this sounds pretty straight forward. I'm a regional manager was Zonex Systems with a service background I would like to discuss the details of our system with you. Additionally I will be happy to price the job for you and provide complete list of materials and Submittals.

    Thanks.
    Rob

    cell 419 656 1587


    http://www.zonexcontrols.com

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    Look in the residential area...

    I asked the same question in the residential area about a month ago. There is quite a few reviewed in there. Take a peak.

    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=496962
    "It's not that I'm smart, it's that I stay with the problem longer”
    Albert Einstein

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