What If You Could Control Your Comfort Room by Room?
Zone heating and cooling is about controlling the temperatures of the various rooms within your home. It can be very frustrating having some rooms too hot, some rooms too cold and other rooms just right. With residential zoning, you can now even out the temperatures in different rooms or sections of your home.
Many homes have a greater need for residential zoning:
- Multiple levels
- Large open areas
- Sprawling layout
- Finished basement/attic
Most homes need a minimum of two zones:
- Living areas
- Sleeping areas
The Perfect Balance Of Comfort
|Feature||How It Works||How It Helps|
|Solid-State Control Panel||Controls up to four zones in your home||Provides desired temperatures and consistent airflow|
|Discharge Air-Sensor Probe||Continually monitors the temperature in the supply airstream||Helps prolong the life of the equipment|
|Digital Thermostats (one for each zone)||Control temperatures in each zone||Precisely regulate heating and cooling temperatures|
|Vacation Mode||Defaults to Zone 1 thermostat settings, which controls the temperature for your entire home while you’re away||Maximizes efficiency|
|Auto Changeover||Automatically alternates between heating and cooling during transitional weather||Delivers enhanced comfort and peace of mind|
|Continuous Fan||Allows continuous fan operation by zone||Creates better indoor air quality|
A residential zoning system makes use of motorized dampers that are controlled by room thermostats and can selectively control the temperature for each zone/room of the home. You can compare this to each room in a house having its own separate light switch rather than one master switch. A zoning system allows you to have that same control over the temperature for each room or section of house.
And, as a bonus, besides increasing comfort levels in your home, a zoning system can also substantially reduce your utility bills.
Contact us today to schedule a Comfort Consultant to provide you more information about zoned heating and air conditioning systems and will help you find an option that fits your home, your budget, and your heating and cooling needs.