Residential Zoning Systems
What Is Whole House Temperature Zoning?
Whole house temperature zoning helps solve the problem of rooms being too hot or too cold. Your home is divided into “zones,” each with a programmable thermostat, so you can control smaller areas of the home when it comes to temperature. With zoning, you don’t have to heat up the whole house when you only need heating in one room. This allows for increased comfort in the home. Think of the lighting in your home; you have multiple light switches so you don’t have to have all the lights on in the whole house when you are only in one room. Your air and heating system should work the same way, and this is what whole house temperature zoning can accomplish.
Does It Work for Your Home?
Almost every home can benefit from this system because many homes have one room that is too hot and or too cold and family members have different temperature preferences. Zoning does not cost additional money to maintain and can actually help you save money on energy bills. For homes with large windows, or with a second story that gets hotter than the first floor, this can be an option to keep cooling and heating costs down. Or even if your home has rooms that don’t get used very often or an area like a home gym that needs additional cooling, this type of system can also work. High vaulted or cathedral ceilings and a livable basement or attic space are other features that could benefit from whole house temperature zoning. There are pretty good odds that you can benefit from our whole house temperature zoning systems. Call us today and we can complete an inspection of your home to ensure that you are a good candidate.
Benefits of Whole House Zoning
With whole house temperature zoning, you will have a more comfortable indoor environment with lower monthly energy bills when paired with programmable thermostats. There will be less wear and tear on your system since you won’t have to tire out the system by heating or cooling the whole house at once. So what are you waiting for? Contact Barker’s Heating & Cooling serving Brazos Valley, College Station and the surrounding areas to get more information about whole house temperature zoning for your home.