High utility bills are every homeowner’s nightmare. But with winter now upon us, we are not willing to sacrifice comfort. A great solution to save energy while meeting the needs of everyone in your family is with zone heating.
Zone heating gives you the ability to adjust the temperature in different rooms or areas of the home independently. You could keep the heat downstairs lower while the fire might be going, but have the temperature higher upstairs where the kids might be playing. Different members of your family can keep their bedrooms heated to their individual specifications. Zone heating can also be useful for evening out the temperature in your home. Many homes are warmer or colder in certain areas, such as warmer on the upper floors but colder in rooms that have walls facing the outdoors. With zone heating, you can adjust your heat and air conditioning system so each room is maintained at the same temperature.
You can set up a system with multiple thermostats and responsive ducts that allow you to set different parts of your home to different temperatures. Once a room or zone reaches the prescribed temperature, that duct closes to maintain temperature. If the temperature drops below the desired level, the duct opens back up.
If you are interested in learning more about zone heating, contact a heat and air conditioning professional today. Give us a call today at (972) 446-COOL (2665) or find us online at spencerairconditioning.com. Spencer Air Conditioning and Heating has been serving your neighbors since 1960 and we are here to meet all of your HVAC needs. We can evaluate your system and provide you with information and options specifically for your home.
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