Every person has his or her own idea of what’s comfortable inside the home. Some people like the temperature to be 68 degrees, while others want it toastier – around 74 or 75 degrees. This can lead to seemingly endless squabbles as people can’t come to an agreement as to where the thermostat should be set. If you find yourself in this type of situation, you should seriously consider getting in touch with Blue Ox Heating & Air so that we can install a zoned heating system in your home.


There are several reasons why you want to think about having a zoned heating system installedin your home by a Minneapolis professional. Here are three of the most important:

  • You can have your own personal comfort zone – Think about it; no more arguments over whether the thermostat is set too high or too low. Everyone in the home can have their own personal setting without affecting the comfort of anyone else.
  • It works extremely quietly – A zoned heating and cooling system is almost silent so you’ll never be disturbed when it comes on.
  • You’ll save money – You won’t believe how much money you’re wasting on heating and cooling areas of your home that you rarely use, such as that extra bedroom or your guest bathroom. With a zoned system, you can direct air away from those areas and save some substantial money in the process.

Interested yet? If you are, get in touch with Blue Ox Heating & Air by contacting us online or calling us at 952-563-3012 to learn more or set up an appointment for an installation. Do you and your spouse have, um, “discussions” about the thermostat setting in your home? Tell us about it by clicking one of the social media icons on this page.

Blue Ox Heating & Air is a full-service residential heating and air conditioning company that also specializes in air quality products and services. Blue Ox is fully licensed, bonded, and insured to provide our Minneapolis customers with services relating to furnaces, heating, and air conditioning. Our cumulative years of experience approach over 200 years of work in the HVAC industry.