I have a split level home where the basement is built into blasted rock on a hillside. The result is a basement that is cool in summer and winter.
There is a central HVAC unit with a single zone. The thermostat (Honeywell TCC) is upstairs to ensure above-ground structure is appropriately heated and cooled.
During the summer, we manually close the basement vents, as the basement will become an icebox with the AC. During the winter, we open the basement vents, and we have supplemental heat in the basement rooms by way of IR controlled space heaters (fancy built-in electric fireplaces). The space heaters have IR control with temperature and mode displayed on the remote.
Can I use a Flair Puck and Flair Vent to accomplish the following in each basement room?
- Puck to act as a slave to the Honeywell TCC thermostat for temperature and mode.
- Puck to open/close vent as needed in thermostat-controlled heating and cooling modes.
- Puck to set temperature and mode on space heater in thermostat-controlled heating mode.
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