I am looking at installing smart heating in a new extension. Potential underfloor heating with its own thermostat ((compatible with homekit) (https://www.polypipeufh.com/our-systems/controls/smart-controls)) plus 2 × radiators with smart thermostatic valves (prob & # 39; netatmo) .
I have a few questions:
1. During the homekit, does each smart valve appear as a separate thermostat?
2. During homekit, is it possible to group the thermostats into a room to set a single temp?
All general advice on homekit compatible smart heating is also welcome,
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