How Zoning Can Improve HVAC Efficiency
An HVAC zoning system is one of the most efficient ways to use a forced air HVAC system. Installing this system in your Palm Bay, FL, home requires duct damper installation and multiple thermostats connected to a central control panel. Professional installation of this system doesn’t take long, and soon you’ll be on your way to more efficient heating and cooling and improved comfort.
Heat and Cool Each Area Separately
Are you experiencing comfort problems in your home? Do some rooms feel cooler or warmer than others? A zoned HVAC system controls rooms or areas of your home individually. You don’t waste energy heating or cooling rooms not being used. Creating different temperature zones throughout your house gives you more control over how your home’s energy gets used and leads to reduced utility bills.
Less Strain on Your System
When you think of wear and tear on your HVAC system, you might think about it affecting the system’s longevity. Yet, it also affects HVAC efficiency. Many people try to control the temperature in their homes by closing off vents in unused rooms. However, this method causes airflow problems in the ducts and strains the system as it attempts to heat or cool those areas. A system that’s strained always uses more energy and will eventually experience performance problems. A zoned HVAC system uses dampers in the ductwork to control airflow to all the rooms in the house without straining the system.
Schedule Professional Zoning Installation for Improved HVAC Efficiency
A zoned system gives you the ultimate control over your home’s comfort and efficiency, but it’s not a DIY job. It requires professional installation done by HVAC experts. If you’re ready to start saving money on energy costs, improve your home’s energy efficiency, and enjoy improved comfort in your home, contact Next Generation Air & Heat Inc. to learn more about zoned control systems.