Planning Tips For Adding A Heating And Cooling Zoning System

One of the more recent developments of indoor climate control is the introduction of zoning systems.

Zoning systems deal individually with the comfort level of individual rooms in a home. If, for instance, the family room gets uncomfortably warm in order to bring proper heat to a bedroom or kid’s rooms, zoning may solve the problem.

Zoning systems use individual thermostats in each problem area. When extra heat or cooling is needed in one room of the home, the other rooms are not involved. The method can work using your existing heating and cooling system to maintain optimum settings in separate rooms.

This equipment can be installed by a professional heating and cooling expert. But before calling, it is best to assess the home and plan where and how heating and cooling distribution should be handled.

Look at the home room-by-room. Is there a need for cooler air in your bedroom for sleeping while your kid’s rooms stay at a higher level? Are there rooms used for a home office where temperatures can be lowered at night? Are there large windows on the south side of your home that tend to heat up that area in the summer, or rooms that are rarely used? Is your home built on multiple levels?

Using  zoning systems to keep consistent comfort levels can be a method to control temperature variations and possibly save money. Both heating and cooling systems can be set to operate at needed times to maintain temperature control. If the kitchen becomes too hot at times in winter, cool air is delivered to control temperature levels.

Careful study of the home layout and temperature variations beforehand can help you decide if a zoning system is right for your home. Paitson Bros. can help you plan. Let us know where you may have wide temperature variations and see what can be done for your home environment.

Our goal is to help educate our customers about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).  For more information about zoning systems and other HVAC topics, click here to download our free Home Comfort Resource guide.

Paitson Bros. Heating and Air Conditioning services Terre Haute, IN.  To get started, check out our website.

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