Monthly Archives: May 2017

Jackson Systems Offers Competitive Pricing on Honeywell Media Air Filter Replacements

Jackson Systems carries a comprehensive line of Honeywell air filters, including specialty filter replacements for AprilAire.
Honeywell air filters are the most widely used by contractors and are designed perfectly to remove airborne particles and improve indoor air quality in homes and businesses.
Honeywell media filters are MERV rated and include a wide range of configurations to ensure the right filter to fit your customer’s AC unit(s).
Contact your Jackson Systems’ representative to help you find the filters you need at a most competitive price. Call 888-652-9663. Or visit us to order online.
You may also want to consider FilterFetch, Jackson Systems air filter home or office delivery service…FREE to contractors. We’ll manage the process of air filter delivery direct to your customers for you…free of charge! In fact, you can even make new revenue off of this convenient service. Here’s how:

Provide More Comfort With Zoning & Better Controls

Do homeowners really care about how air will flow in their home when purchasing a new heating and cooling system? Well, if that is what will determine their comfort levels, ABSOLUTELY! Most, however, don’t know they even have a choice in how the air will be distributed throughout their home beyond what system they’ve purchased. 


Air distribution is one of the most overlooked topics when purchasing a new heating and cooling system. There is such an emphasis on efficiency numbers, sound decibels and price, that how the air is going to flow is often never discussed. 


When we think about proper air distribution through the home, we should to consider these 3 things: room design, potential hot/cold spots and occupancy. Let’s briefly look at each:


Room design

Popular today is the “open concept”. Yes, it’s modern and looks great, but it can cause some heating and cooling challenges. It’s going to take a lot of energy to maintain a level of comfort that homeowners will enjoy in an open concept if it is not distributing air properly.


Potential hot/cold spots

Let’s say a room has a “view to die for” but is completely lined with west facing windows. That room is going to absorb a tremendous amount of the afternoon’s sun, creating a hot spot. Has that been considered in the installation of the new hvac system? Likely not. That room is going to need more cooling (or less heating) after about 3:00 pm.



Rooms have different uses…and at varying times. Occupancy will affect the comfort level of a room when it is used at its peak times. For example, dinner is usually prepared and served around 7:00 pm in many homes. The oven, lights, and movement in the kitchen and dining areas — that were idle during the day — are at peak right now. This activity can greatly heat up a room…and fast.


Today, there are many sophisticated solutions for maintaining comfort in the home, including zoning systems that call for heating and cooling as needed. Zoning uses motorized dampers that open and close in the duct system, and multiple thermostats to control them, to better distribute air as it is “called for.”


There are also better thermostats, like WiFi and smart t-stats that are more effective to provide more comfort as well. You can control the temperature in your home while in or out of it via smart devices with WiFi thermostats. And, great programming options and “away from home” features make WiFi thermostats a very valuable tool when you want to save on energy usage and utility bills. Smart thermostats, like NEST, actually “learn” your occupancy and schedule and program themselves to deliver more comfort when and where you need it. This can also save on your utility bills.


Are you offering these options to your customers when designing a heating and cooling system, including an air distribution plan, that will work best for them? If not, you should.


For more information on zoning and controls, visit Jackson Systems: Controls Done Right!

FilterFetch’s Filter Quality, Breadth of Product and Delivery Service is Second to None

Contractors: Looking for a way to add to your bottom line without having to invest much (or anything at all)? Here it is!

FilterFetch’s contractor filter delivery service to businesses and homeowners is the best in the business! And for many reasons:

  1. We have every filter imaginable.
  2. Filters are high in quality.
  3. We have an APP for that.
  4. We deliver for FREE.
  5. It’s free for contractors to sell and promote…and we do all of the work.

It’s too easy. Simply provide FilterFetch information to your customers. We even make that available to you. They order directly from FilterFetch’s easy-to-use website and, BAM!, you’ve made money!!!

We manage the entire program, including sending filter change reminders, free timely delivery, and recording history of their purchases. A separate contractor log in for you shows how, which ones, and what your customers are buying…and calculates your revenue.

There’s nothing to it…especially for you!

Learn more here:

And, then call your Jackson Systems representative to sign up or do it here:




National Utility Rebates on Ecobee Products

Contractors, check this out…
Utility rebates on Ecobee products provide you with an easy conversation to have with homeowners on why to upgrade to smart thermostats.

Jackson Systems is your one stop for all things HVAC controls, including Ecobee, with excellent pricing, immediate delivery and contractor support. Call your Jackson Systems representatives today to inquire about Ecobee. 888-652-9663 or visit us at

Jackson Systems Offers Recorded Webinars On-Demand for Your Convenience

Jackson Systems University hosts an array of free, live webinars throughout the year on the latest technologies in HVACR controls. And, we record every one of them so if you are unable to participate live, you can watch the recordings at your convenience.

Choose your webinar based on the title. Webinars vary in length from 30 minutes to a little over an hour. You can see how long a webinar is by clicking on it. Simply click the title link and it will begin. Get started here:

Our most recent topics include:


Lux IoT (NATE Certified)

Honeywell IAQ

Belimo Products

Lux Thermostats (NATE Certified)

Braeburn Thermostats

Basic DDC Controls

Nest/Home Automation

Web Comfort

Zoning 101

Honeywell T Series Thermostats

Want more resources? On individual landing pages for many of the products we offer we post videos, articles, specifications, and other documents that provide the most comprehensive understanding of how to operate and install that specific product. Here’s a typical landing page to illustrate what we mean Notice there are 5 Documents and 5 Articles/Videos available just for this one Zone Control Panel. That’s typical of every product page!

And, that’s not all…our blog offers you even more dynamic information on what’s up at Jackson Systems, new products and what’s happening in our industry.

Jackson Systems is committed to providing you with the most learning when it comes to the products and solutions we provide. If you don’t find the information or the answers to your questions at our website in Contractor Trainings or on a product page, call our representatives at 888-652-9663. Monday – Friday, 8-to-5 Eastern, we are standing by to help you!

“Alexa…lower the temperature to 70 degrees.”

Amazon Echo & Honeywell bring voice control to your connected home. Echo now works with your Honeywell Wi-Fi thermostats.
Connecting is easy. Simply download the Alexa App on your mobile device and make sure that Alexa and your thermostat are connected to your Wi-Fi network. Then, let Alexa discover your thermostat to get started.
To connect your smart home device to Alexa in the Alexa app:
o From the Menu select Smart Home.
o Select Get More Smart Home Skills.
o Browse or search keywords for the skill for your smart home device and select Enable Skill.
Having trouble?
Jackson Systems is the largest single location supplier of Honeywell stats. And, imprinting of your logo and phone number is always free…just like shipping! To order visit or call your Jackson Systems representative at 888-652-9663.

Jackson Systems’ Web Comfort: An Energy Management Solution for Any Building!

Optimize your energy usage and savings by controlling HVAC, electricity, schedule and automate lighting with our wireless communicating energy management system: #WebComfort.

The Web Comfort System from Jackson Systems integrates lighting, climate control, fans, metering and plug loads to provide a powerful integrated energy management solution. The lighting, thermostat, fan control and metering software share the Web Comfort Energy Manager and operate as an integrated application. And, the Z-2000 zoning system now integrates with the Web Comfort Energy Management System!

Remote monitoring features can include:

  • Web Comfort Wirelessly Communicating Thermostat
  • Signal Range Extender
  • Wireless Lighting Controller
  • Wireless Lighting and Load Controllers
  • Web Comfort Wireless Door/Window Contact Sensor
  • Web Comfort Wired Occupancy Sensor
  • Web Comfort Wireless Contact Sensor
  • Web Comfort Wireless Relay
  • Web Comfort Wireless Metering and Verification
  • Web Comfort Destratification Fan
  • Web Comfort Wireless Outlet Controller

Benefits include:

  • Enables multiple thermostats to be wirelessly networked through a building
  • Metering and demand response
  • Easy to install and configure
  • Optional connectivity to Modbus® and BACnet®
  • Secure wireless 2.4GHz ZigBee® communications with other networked devices
  • Data storage retains all system events for over one year. Event data can be analyzed to optimize energy usage and savings.
  • Graphical views of real-time and historical energy usage provide comprehensive and actionable information to users.
  • Scalable to manage a single building or an entire campus
  • Can operate independently or as an integrated solution.
  • Made in the USA (ARRA Compliant)

In the month of May, 2017, Jackson Systems is offering 10% off a Web Comfort System with the purchase of 5 or more devices.