HVAC zoning lets you set different temperatures for your living room, bedrooms and other areas of your Jupiter, Florida, home. Some HVAC systems with zoning use dampers inside ductwork to direct warm or cold air where you need it. Others use ductless systems with two or more indoor units that can work independently. HVAC zoning has many advantages, including comfort, energy savings and convenience.
With a zoning system, you can eliminate hot or cold spots and keep your entire family comfortable. Everyone can choose the temperature they prefer for their bedrooms, and no one will have to argue about the best temperature for the thermostat. Some of these systems can even heat and cool separate parts of your home at the same time. As a result, one person can cool a bedroom while another heats the living room.
With zoning, you can save money on your utility bills by avoiding heating or cooling empty rooms. It also prevents wear and tear on your HVAC system, helping you minimize breakdowns and extend its life. Adding zoning can often let you switch to a smaller, more efficient heating and air conditioning system that’s less costly to maintain. Many units connect to programmable thermostats. You can program temperature settings for your entire home or different zones and save energy by turning down your HVAC system when you’re asleep or away.
The thermostats for many zoning systems connect wirelessly to motion detectors or cameras. That way, you can reduce the heating or air conditioning in empty zones automatically. Some thermostats can learn your routine over time and let you make changes from anywhere with your phone or computer. They can also collect information about your energy usage and indoor air quality.
Ranger Air Conditioning is a Trane Comfort Specialist, and we have over 40 years of HVAC and zoning experience. We can assist you with maintaining, installing and repairing your zoning system. For outstanding service, call us anytime at 772-205-3293.
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