Zoned HVAC is gaining favor with Monroe, NC homeowners. It can optimize heating and cooling efficiency while giving you more control over your indoor environment.
What Is Home Zoning?
During a zoning installation, we install a system of dampers in your ductwork. These dampers can be added to any existing HVAC system or included as part of a new HVAC installation.
The dampers regulate and redirect treated air to specific areas or zones. Using a master temperature control device, you can direct a zoned system to maintain each room at a different temperature.
Can Zoning Really Save Me Money?
The U.S. Department of Energy tells us that this technology can save homeowners up to 30 percent on heating and cooling costs. That savings can pay off a zoning installation in two to five years. It can also increase property value.
How Does Zoning Improve Indoor Comfort?
Zoning puts an end to thermostat wars and allows family members to enjoy their preferred temperatures. It regulates temperatures in multi-story homes and homes with vaulted ceilings. It can eliminate hot and cold spots while maintaining comfort in rooms that are difficult to heat and cool.
Does Zoning Affect Indoor Air Quality?
Zoned systems circulate treated air in different locations. That reduces the amount of dander, dust, and pollen distributed throughout your home. Family members with respiratory conditions can breathe easier.
Should I Invest in Home Zoning?
Zoning installations are not cheap. Nevertheless, your energy savings can quickly offset the cost. If you have an older HVAC system, a ductless mini-split installation may be a more cost-effective option. Ductless HVAC is a zoned system that can reduce indoor comfort costs even more than zoning, especially in winter.
Call Byrum Heating & A/C, Inc. to schedule a complimentary consultation to learn more about HVAC upgrades and installations.