What is HVAC Zoning?

Isn’t it great when you can customize things in your life? You can customize your car color, what food you order, and believe it or not, the temperature in different parts of your home. HVAC zoning is a viable way to heat and cool your home in the most customized way possible. If you’re wondering how it works, we’ve got answers.

Simply put, HVAC zoning breaks your home up into different sections and allows you to control the temperature of each location within your house. You can set different temperatures for different zones, creating an efficient way of heating and cooling your home.

What are the benefits of HVAC Zoning?

  • Energy Bill Savings: Rather than unnecessarily heating or cooling every area of your home at the same temperature, you can have one area, such as your kitchen, at a lower temperature than other areas, such as your bedrooms, and ultimately save yourself money on your energy bill.
  • Better Comfort: A lot of factors can affect how warm or cool your home is, such as cooking areas, sunlight, and windows. Zoning easily helps balance your home’s temperature.
  • Convenience: Zoning involves multiple thermostats, so you won’t have to travel to other rooms in your house to adjust your home’s temperature anymore.

What Goes into Zoning Installation?

Since zoning involves connecting refrigerant and electrical lines, as well as adding multiple thermostats and dampers, it’s no DIY job. Contact your trusted HVAC technician for help, and start saving with HVAC zoning.

If you live in Fairfax County VA, trust the experts at the Air Treatment Company to keep you cool this summer. We offer professional HVAC installations, repairs, replacements, tune ups, maintenance services, and more. Contact us online to schedule your appointment, or call (703) 270-0881.

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