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New System Claims to Help Homeowners Save on Air Conditioning

New System Claims to Help Homeowners Save on Air Conditioning



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(KSL News) A new product could help Utahns cool their homes and lower their power bills.

It's called Powerzoning, and it moves cool air from the basement to hotter rooms above.

The idea is to add it your existing air conditioning unit, furnace or swamp cooler so you don't have to buy expensive fans.

The company says it'll save an average of 35% on your energy bill.

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