I own a coloniel style house that has only one heating zone, the thermostat is on the first floor. The first floor stays warm enough, but the bedrooms on the second floor tend to get chilly, and downright cold when we have a fire going. Is it possible to modify my furnace to act as a dual-zone unit? Whether or not that's an option, are there any kind of wireless thermostats available these days?
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