Zoning Systems divides your home’s ductwork into separate comfort areas, enabling independent temperature control in distinct areas that require specific temperature conditioning. Traditional systems use one thermostat in an effort to achieve one uniform temperature throughout the house.
A great solution for homes or businesses looking to have more even air temperatures between rooms or levels of the building. The term zoned heating and cooling can be used to describe a building with multiple heaters and air conditioners in the building. Zoning can also be accomplished using dampers, ductwork, and controls to separate different temperature zones with one system. According to the department of energy, zoning can also help you save money on your heating and air conditioning bills. This type of system is a great option for people looking for a furnace and air conditioner replacement in Springfield Missouri and the surrounding area due to the fact that we have such drastic temperature differences between winter and summer. Rooms with big windows and southern exposure are much warmer than interior rooms.
With a zoned heating and air conditioning system, each zone would have separate ductwork ran to it. Motorized dampers would be mounted in the main trunk lines serving each zone. These dampers would be controlled by a separate thermostat mounted in each zone. Each zone can be set to a different temperature or all to the same temperature. If only one zone is calling for heating or air conditioning the damper feeding air to that zone would open and all others would close, the heater or air conditioner would come on, supplying air to only the area requiring heating or air conditioning without overheating and cooling the other parts of the home or business. If more or all zones require heating or air conditioning the other dampers would simply open and supply air to those areas as well. When calling for a furnace or air conditioner repair in Springfield Missouri be sure to ask about zoning.