The idea of zoning for heating and air conditioning is simple: It gives the user control over temperature in separate areas of the home. Do you turn on every faucet in the building just to wash your hands? Does every light in the home turn on when you flip a single lamp switch? The answer is no. Zoning simply provides the same control.
Forced air zoning is a system that uses multiple thermostats and automatic dampers in your home’s ductwork, to intelligently control the air flow to every register in the house. Like a traffic cop, it directs the heated or cooled air only to the areas that require it. Since one thermostat is not “smart” enough to adequately sense your comfort needs everywhere throughout your house, a zoning system puts a thermostat in all the different areas of your home to guide the air exactly where it needs to be, and stop it from going where it is no longer needed.
Zoning is not new, but until recently it was very expensive to install in existing homes and the quality was not ideal. We have tried them all and finally found a zoning system that performs well enough to meet the American Weathermakers standard.
Top 10 Heating & Cooling Problems Solved with our Zoning system:
- Comfort problems between different floors
- Comfort problems in finished basements
- Comfort problems in home additions
- Comfort problems in added sun rooms
- Comfort problems in rooms with cathedral ceilings
- Comfort problems in internal areas that tend to overheat or over cool
- Comfort problems due to uncontrollable elements like wind or “sun heat” generated in rooms with large amounts of glass
- Comfort problems in bedrooms located at the far end of larger ranch-style homes
- Comfort problems in popular “bonus” rooms located over garages
- Comfort problems caused by rogue elements like fireplaces, excessive track lighting, spas or heat producing equipment
Please call us to help you figure out if zoning is the right choice for you.