Are you tired of burning up or freezing in your own home because one of your housemates doesn’t like things at the same temperature you do? Blue Ox Heating & Air has the solution to your temperature dilemma: zone heating and cooling systems. These systems divide your house up into specific areas, allowing you to program the temperature of each zone according to your particular wants and needs.
How HVAC Zone Systems Work
HVAC zone systems use a thermostat in each room to open or close dampers inside the room’s ductwork. These dampers determine the amount of cold or warm air that enters. It allows you to set up separate thermostats the for unique needs of each room. Temperatures can vary based on many factors, including:
- Exposure to sunlight
- Presence of windows and doors
- Level of the house that the room is located on
- Presence of heating appliances or other heat sources
Zone heating and cooling help homeowners keep the entire house at a consistent temperature despite these factors. A zone system unit is also the best solution for homeowners who want specific temperatures in different rooms.
Reasons to Switch to Zone Heating & Cooling
If a zoned system sounds appealing for your family, here are some important benefits to consider:
Save Money: You can save a substantial amount of money on energy expenses every year by simply switching to a zone system. You’ll be amazed at how much energy is wasted on heating and cooling unoccupied rooms in your home.
Personalized Thermostat Settings: This allows everyone in the home to be comfortable with their own, personal thermostat setting. Now you can be content in your space without affecting the comfort of everyone else.
Save Energy: Why waste energy in a vacant guest room or formal dining room that is only used on special occasions? Save energy by not heating or cooling unoccupied areas.
Quiet Operation: Enjoy the silent sound of your HVAC system, quietly maintaining a comfortable temperature for your entire home.
Applicable with Furnaces or Radiators: A zoned system can easily applied to homes with forced-air furnaces and air conditioners and hot-water heated radiators.
Schedule a consultation to learn how a zoned system can make your home even more comfortable.