It takes a lot of energy to heat and cool an entire home. But what if you could control which rooms receive warm or cool air? You'd have a setup that not only allowed you to be more selective in the way your home is heated, but also potentially saved you money on your utility bills. Zoned HVAC heating and cooling systems allow you to control the temperature in each part of your home.
Zoning can be accomplished in different ways. For example, you can install multiple comfort systems and invest in supplemental heating sources such as space heaters or gas fireplaces. You can also achieve the same result using a single zoned HVAC system:
- In a zoned HVAC system, each room or zone has its own damper and thermostat wired to a central control panel.
- Each thermostat can demand warm or cool air depending on its setting.
- Decentralized control means you don't have to heat or cool your entire home just to make sure one or two areas are comfortable—and that means lower utility bills.
- Fewer heating and cooling cycles mean your HVAC system will likely last much longer and need less maintenance.
Is zoned the right system for your home?
If you think a zoned HVAC system could be the perfect solution for your unique heating and cooling needs—and you're ready to learn more about the benefits of this kind of setup—it's time to talk to the experts at ARS®/Rescue Rooter®. We're here to guide you through your options and let you know how we can help. After all, your comfort is always our top priority.
Call now to schedule a no-cost analysis of the benefits and savings of replacing your system.