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I have a 1970's 4-level split home with two furnaces (one for the top level - bedrooms and bath) and another for the other three levels (including the basement). This larger furnace must be replaced and I have been advised to spend the cash and repla

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My house is a four level spliit. It has two furnaces - one for the top level where the bedrooms are located and the other for the rest of the house. I need to replace the furnace for the rest of the house and have been advised that I should replace both to "save money in the long run." Is there any kind of system that would allow a single furnace to heat my whole house while still maintaining the two zone system so I don't have to waste energy to heat the bedrooms during the day when they are empty and the rest of the house at night when it is empty?


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