HVAC Zoning and Its Benefits
The overwhelming majority of Atlanta-area residents could benefit from choosing HVAC zoning for their homes. Some people will appreciate the cost savings the most, while others will be happy to achieve even, consistent temperatures. Regardless of what exactly piques your interest, we encourage you to consider the benefits of zoning.
What Does Zoning Mean?
HVAC zoning involves the process of dividing up your home into special areas, called zones. Each of these areas are then heated/cooled separately. Each zone is controlled by a separate thermostat. And, and special dampers are installed within your ductwork to control the airflow to each area. By installing a zoning system, you can have control over which rooms get AC or heat and when.
If your home doesn’t have ducts, don’t worry! Ductless units can also be used to create HVAC zones as well. You can accomplish this by installing ductless systems in various parts of your house. Then, you can use those units to heat/cool specific zones. And, by purchasing a special thermostat, you’ll be able to control each zone through a smartphone app or remote.
HVAC Zoning Benefits
Saving Money. HVAC zoning can save energy, which can save you money. Since zoning eliminates the constant need to adjust the thermostat, you’ll save energy. If you have a multi-story house, you can heat and cool each level separately. And, if you rarely use certain zones, you can significantly reduce the air flowing to them. The better you can manage your HVAC, the lower your utility bills will be.
Increasing Comfort. Zoning can also improve your and your family’s comfort. You can heat certain parts of the house for those family members who are always cold, or you can also reduce the heat going to areas that get extra heat from the sun. You have many different options and several ways you can use zoning to keep you and your family comfortable.
Cleaner Air. Finally, HVAC zoning can dramatically improve the air quality indoors. Unlike traditional systems, HVACs with zoning systems cycle air through a specific zone only. This means that if allergens and contaminants enter one zone, you can get rid of them without them being deposited through the rest of the house.
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