Understanding How Temperature Zoning Works

Understanding How Temperature Zoning Works

If your home experiences hot and cold spots, you should consider replacing your existing HVAC with a zoned system. With temperature zoning, you can easily control the temperature in each area of your home to eliminate the hot and cold spots common with an unzoned system. You control the individual temperatures in each room with a zoned system.

To make temperature zoning easier to understand, you can liken it to having different light switches in each room of your home. You don’t install a single switch to control every light in the house. With temperature zoning, you install different thermostats for each area, or zone, of your home.

Zoning and Your Home’s HVAC System

When you choose to have your HVAC system zoned, some work will need to be done with your ductwork. Because zoning uses dampers installed within your ductwork to control the flow of air into certain parts of your home, these need to be integrated into your system to operate properly. Each area has a separate thermostat that you use to control when these dampers open and close, and how much air is allowed into a certain area for optimal cooling or heating.

How to Get Temperature Zoning for Your Home

When you decide to have a zoned system installed in your home, here are some essential first steps to take:

When you have a zoned system installed in your home in the Tulsa and Broken Arrow, OK area, the company to count on is Air Solutions. Aside from AC installation, AC repair, and AC maintenance needs, we also have air quality improvement plans that boost your indoor air quality considerably. Just contact us at 918-288-0305 and we will send someone to evaluate your home and give you recommendations.