Solve Hot or Cold Rooms with Home Zoning

Customize The Temperature Of Your Home

Zoning systems allow you to set a specific room to the temperature you want, when you want it, in every room of your home at the same time. Many homeowners find that certain rooms in their home need to be warmer or cooler than other areas of the home. With an HVAC zoning system, you can have a thermostat in each room (or zone) that allows for individual temperature control. Unlike having just one thermostat that controls the comfort levels for the entire house, a zoning system will let you set the specific temperature in each room of your home.

With separate zoning for specific areas of your home, you can control the temperature directly with a thermostat for that area. If you have a part of the house that is not used often, you can have these rooms in their own zoned area with a thermostat to control the temperature directly. When the area is kept warmer in summer or cooler in winter it will reduce energy consumption and save money and electricity over time.

Extend the Life of Your HVAC System

With standalone thermostats for each zone, your HVAC system won’t need to work hard to sustain one temperature. By lowering the temperature in the unused part of the house, the traction of the entire system is also reduced, which reduces stress on the device and extends the life of the entire system.

Depending on how large or small the install, the zoning system can take from one to several days. HVAC zoning systems are the easiest to install when building a house, but any house with a forced heating system is a good candidate for a zoning unit. If you plan to live at your residence for a lengthy period of time, this investment is well worth it.

Homes with certain characteristics achieve the greatest energy savings through zoning. These features include cathedral ceilings, space above the garage or living room, very large windows, basement or attics, sun rooms, and multiple floors.

The cost of installing an HVAC zone system is dependent upon the number of zones created. More zones mean higher prices. Most of the contractors believe that having two zones is sufficient to take advantage of the zoning and reduction costs.

At All Heating & Air Conditioning, our technicians can perform a various number of tests to ensure that you get the right products and service to maximize your home comfort as well as save you money. We are dedicated to providing quality products and services to our customers, no matter what their heating and cooling needs may be.

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