HVAC Zoning and Its Benefits
Here in Carrollton, we’ve found that many of our clients have benefitted from installing HVAC zoning in their homes. While some clients were focused on improving temps in their story home, others were focused on reducing their energy consumption. No matter what your individual reasons are, HVAC zoning can be a great choice for most Carrollton residents. If you’re for a new HVAC system for your home, definitely consider the benefits of zoning.
What Does Zoning Entail?
When you choose to have HVAC zoning installed, we will divide your house into special areas called zones. These zones are cooled/heated individually and are controlled by separate thermostats. We will also install special dampers within your ductwork, which control the air flowing to each zone. By installing a zoning system, you can effectively choose which rooms to heat, which rooms to cool, and when.
If your home has ductless units, you can also take advantage of HVAC zoning. By purchasing a special thermostat to control your units via a smartphone app or remote control, you can create your own version of zoning.
3 Benefits of HVAC Zoning
You can lower your utility bills. One of the biggest benefits of zoning is that it can actually help you save money. You won’t have to constantly run back and forth to the thermostat to keep everyone comfortable. In addition, you can effectively manage the temperatures in multi-story homes. And, if there are rooms in your house you rarely use, you can reduce the air flowing to that zone. When you can manage your HVAC more efficiently, it’ll be reflected in your utility bills.
You can increase your comfort. Zoning can also make you and your family members more comfortable. Do you have people in your household who always seem to be cold? With a zoning system, you can keep them comfortable in their area, without making the rest of the family miserable. With a zoning system, it’s easy to heat and cool your home in a way where everyone can remain comfortable.
You can increase your air quality. Finally, HVAC zoning can also help you improve your home’s indoor air quality. With traditional HVAC systems, particulates can freely move around your home. Zoning systems give you the ability to keep indoor allergens and contaminants within a single zone. This gives you enough time to get rid of the contaminants before they have a negative impact on your family.
Contact Maxwell Heating & Cooling Today!
Thinking about installing a zoning system in your home? Contact your friends at Maxwell Heating & Cooling. We can go over all the benefits with you and help you decide if it’s the right choice for you and your family Call today!