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    We are building a house with an unfinished basement that we plan to finish a few years down the road. The house will be dual zone for the first and second floors. The builder tells us we need to add a zone kit to the first floor to allow for the basement once its finished. Is this something that is easy to add after the fact or should I go ahead and have it done now?

    Thanks for any suggestions.

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    You can do it either way, but it might be cheaper to do it mow.
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    Doing it now could save lots in time, money , and labor down the road. While the house is still under construction, it will be much easier to install the correct dampers and run the control wires. I can tell you from past problems that it's better to do it now, versus later.

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    Do it now, you will save in the long run.

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