Modern HVAC systems make it easier than ever before to live in complete comfort within your home throughout the year. That being said, there is generally room for improvement with any HVAC system. If you use a ducted, forced air distribution based heater and/or air conditioner, you should seriously consider the installation and utilization of a zone control system in Tampa, FL. This is a great way in which to heat and/or cool your home in a more effective, controlled manner. If you’d like to learn more about what a zone control system and the benefits that such a system has to offer, simply read the following post. To schedule zone control system services with a qualified professional, give the pros at IERNA’s Heating & Cooling a call today.
How Zone Control Works
A zone control system consists of 3 basic components: thermostats, a control panel, and electronic dampers. Your home is divided up into different “zones,” decided upon by you and your HVAC technician. A thermostat is installed into each zone, and they are all wired into the central control panel. Also wired into this panel are the electronic dampers. When you adjust the temperature for any given zone at the appropriate thermostat, the corresponding dampers will either open or close. By allowing for more airflow/stemming airflow as needed, the system allows you to maintain different temperatures in different areas of your home.
Benefits of Zone Controlled Heating and Cooling
The ability to maintain varied temperatures throughout your house helps to ensure that everyone therein is able to live comfortably. This is hugely beneficial; all residents in your home should be comfortable, after all, but different people are comfortable at different temperatures. Plus, taking more control over your HVAC system means that you can cut down on energy use without putting your comfort in jeopardy. To take advantage of all that zone control has to offer, just dial our number to schedule service.