Indianapolis HVAC Zoning Installation
There are so many benefits when it comes to HVAC zoning: your house feels more comfortable, you enjoy better air quality and circulation, and it keeps your energy costs down. Most importantly, HVAC zoning allows you to have separate thermostats, making it possible for everyone to pick their favorite temperature.Schedule Service
How Does a Zoned Heating and Air Conditioning System Work?
A zoning system allows you to heat or cool only certain areas of your home. By not heating or cooling rooms when they do not need it, you can save hundreds on your energy bill per year.
HVAC zoning also solves a common problem with HVAC systems, which is poor airflow. With regular HVAC systems, closing off certain air vents can reduce the life of or even damage the system. A zoned heating and air conditioning system can make your home more comfortable, efficient, and convenient.
If you have multiple stories, a loft, sunroom, large windows, or attached garage, they will benefit greatly from a zoned HVAC system. Large areas that are difficult to heat/cool are more manageable when you can control the HVAC system in every zone of your home.
What are the Benefits of HVAC Zoning?
More energy efficient
Since you don’t have to cool or heat unused rooms with a zoned system, you save tons of energy, which in turn lowers the utility bill. If your home is two or three stories, you are saving even more energy. Zoning allows homeowners to use a smaller heating or air conditioning system with less stress, extending the life of your HVAC system.
Separate thermostats are one of the greatest benefits of HVAC zoning. If you and your family disagree on the perfect temperature in the home, it can all be fixed by adjusting each room’s individual thermostat.
With HVAC zoning, you will always have the temperature you want, when you want it, so your house will always be comfortable.
Better indoor air quality
Since air is being circulated in smaller areas of the home, the quality of the air can greatly improve.Schedule Service
Can You Add Zones to an Existing HVAC System?
When adding zones to an existing HVAC system, it is best to opt for variable speed equipment, which can add comfort to your home. This method makes your home energy efficient and ensures your system will last for a lifetime.
Contact Thiele for More Information About a Zoned HVAC System
For more information about installing a zoned HVAC system in your home, contact Thiele Heating & Air Conditioning today! We can assess whether your home is a good candidate for zoning, then give you a quote for the work. Trust us to get the job done quickly, easily, and affordably.Schedule Service