With HVAC zoning, you can control the temperature of each area or zone in your Spring Hill, Florida, home with a separate thermostat. Zoning systems use special dampers in the ductwork to direct heating and cooling. Ductless HVAC systems with more than one indoor unit often have zoning as well. With a programmable thermostat, you can control each zone from a central location or even a remote control. Zoning saves energy, increases your indoor air quality, and makes your home more comfortable.
Zoning helps you avoid heating or cooling empty rooms, saving energy and lowering your utility bills. If your home has more than one story, you’ll save even more energy. Since heat rises, homes often need more cooling in summer and less heating in winter on the second floor. Zoning also lets you use a smaller, less expensive heating or air conditioning system, and it reduces wear and tear on your existing system, extending its life.
Better Indoor Air Quality
Systems with zoning, especially ductless systems or homes with more than one HVAC system, keep different zones separate and don’t let as much air travel around your home. This keeps dust, dirt, pollen, pet dander, mold, and other contaminants from spreading through your home as easily as they could with a standard system. Zoning can also prevent asthma and allergy symptoms, eye irritation, skin rashes, and other health problems.
Zoning can eliminate arguments with your family members over the best temperature for your home. People can choose a temperature that’s comfortable for them for their bedroom or for the room they’re using at the time. Zoning also gets rid of uncomfortable drafty or warm areas. You can even control some zoning systems with your computer or smartphone.
Senica Air Conditioning, Inc. has more than 20 years of heating and air conditioning experience. We can help you install, maintain, and repair a range of HVAC equipment, including zoning systems. Call us at 866-881-5935 for quality service from our expert technicians.
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