It can be a challenge to find one temperature that works for everyone in your home, but that’s what has to happen when your air conditioning system operates from a single thermostat. After a summer of struggling to find that one temperature everyone can agree on, it may have occurred to you (possibly more than once) that it would be great to have a system allowing for different temperatures in different areas of your home. You can do this – with a zone control system installation in your Loveland home.
Zone control systems offer some great benefits, as we’ll outline below, but to gain these benefits, it’s important to hire a professional for the air conditioning installation. Since 1934, Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning has been helping customers with all their air conditioning needs, and we can help you with a zone control system.
What Is a Zone Control System?
A zone control system uses a series of motorized dampers to control the flow of air in your supply ducts. The dampers are wired to the main control panel To maintain the temperature, the dampers open and close as needed.
What Is a Zone?
Zones are anything you want them to be – individual rooms, a group of rooms, a wing or floor of your home – as the homeowner, you determine what the zones will be.
What Are the Benefits of a Zone Control System?
There are multiple benefits to installing a zone control system:
- Customized comfort – each zone operates independently, allowing you to set a different temperature without affecting another zone.
- Energy efficiency – with a zone control system, you can turn off the cooling to an unused area; the system allows you to cool only what you need, which can save you both energy and money.
- Less wear on your AC – when you use less cooling, your air conditioner runs for less time. This can help reduce the level of wear and tear on your system.
Call Fort Collins Heating and Air Conditioning to schedule a consultation about installing a zone control system in your Loveland home.