Hello all. I need your help choosing the right thermostat for my new home. I already had a lot of automation in my previous house, but the thermostat wasn't homekit, so it ended that way. The idea is that I would like to have a solution that is not too expensive, but to be compatible with homekit. To get an idea for other devices, in my opinion, the aqara switch is good enough for quality / price, so I would like something similar. The house has 2 floors and both have underfloor heating, so there are no radiators. There are several rooms and I would like to set a different temperature zone for each room and be able to change it from homekit with siri. Even though I know some homekit thermostats, the problem is that I don't know exactly what I should buy in order to be able to control the specific temperature in each room. It's not something I can attach to a radiator (it's underfloor heating), so I thought you could help me with that. Thanks!
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