Zone Control System Function
A zone control system offers you control over each room’s temperature. However, it still only utilizes single-zone unitary HVAC equipment. The perfect system heats or cools the most used rooms while you’re using them. So, working in conjunction with your thermostat(s), it efficiently provides the necessary heating or cooling energy each room needs at the time. Furthermore, it acts as an on-demand system.
This feat is accomplished through zoning your home with thermostats, a control panel, and ductwork zone dampers. And you get to determine what constitutes your zone(s). So, either an individual room, several rooms grouped together, or even an entire floor of your home can be controlled.
A zone control system connects to a central control panel via thermostats. This allows opening and closing ductwork dampers. These dampers block or release hot or cold air. Each zone’s temperature is set with the corresponding thermostat. That’s all there is to it. The zone control system does everything else.
Three of the biggest benefits you’ll experience from installing a zone control system are money savings, energy efficiency, and increased home comfort. So, you’ll save money by not wasting energy heating and cooling areas that aren’t used much. However, these areas don’t necessarily need to be regularly heat and cool. You’ll realize increased energy efficiency for pretty much the same reason. So, the system will only be heating and cooling areas that make sense to heat and cool more often. furthermore making the most of your HVAC system. You’ll notice an elevated comfort level in your home due to the areas of over- or under-heating and over- or undercooling disappearing. The temperature will be where you want it exactly in the location where you want it. Contact us today to set up your FREE consultation.