Do uneven temperatures in your home bother you? If you have a multifloor home, are there temperature differences from one floor to the next? Do people in your household squabble over the thermostat settings? Are there rooms in your home that you don’t use very often? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then an HVAC zone control system could work to your advantage for greater comfort and energy savings.
How HVAC Zone Control Works
The system allows you to satisfy the comfort needs of everyone in your household by sectioning the rooms and spaces in your home into comfort zones. A thermostat is installed in each comfort zone of your home, allowing you to target specific comfort zones 24/7 for dedicated comfort control.
Work closely with your HVAC technician to divide the rooms and spaces in your home into comfort zones. Each comfort zone communicates with a central HVAC zone control device. Motorized dampers are installed in the ductwork system to distribute conditioned airflow to any comfort zone at any given time based on thermostat settings in each comfort zone.
HVAC zone control systems can provide better comfort for everyone in the home. For example, if you have rooms on multiple floors, they are likely going to be different temperatures 24/7, no matter the thermostat setting. However, when the temperatures of the rooms and spaces (i.e., comfort zones) in your home are separately controlled, you actually can please everyone all of the time.
HVAC Zone Control Saves You Money
A conventional HVAC system cools or heats your entire home when it is turned on. With a zone control system, you can cool and heat only the zones you desire 24/7. This has the potential to save you a substantial amount of energy and money for maintaining a comfortable home. Furthermore, if your HVAC system is running less often, you may also save money on parts replacement.To see if an HVAC zone control system is right for your Indianapolis-area home, please contact Mowery Heating, Cooling and Plumbing.