• Home Temperature Zoning System

    Home Temperature Zoning System

    Most homeowners think that having areas in their home that

    are too hot or too cold is just something they have to live with.

    But we believe the only thing you need to live with is comfort.

    With solutions such as forced air zoning, hydronic heating,

    thermostats with precise temperature control and more, you’ll

    say goodbye to hot and cold spots and hello to comfort. Zoning allows you to break each room down and control the comfort as needed. Forced air zoning systems work by having dampers installed in your ductwork that open and close as needed based on each zone’s thermostat settings. When a zone doesn’t need to be heated or cooled, the dampers close to save energy and maximize comfort elsewhere.

     

    Home Temperature Zoning System Makes Perfect Sense


    Home Temperature Zoning System is simply the process of dividing your home into

    different zones, or areas, and then heating or cooling them as needed. It’s the

    ideal way to eliminate hot and cold spots. Plus, zoning systems save energy by

    heating and cooling only the areas of your home that you are using.

     

     Every Zone Gets a Thermostat

    Every home has at least two zones, a living space and a sleeping space. You may also have areas such as a master bedroom or children’s rooms that have separate comfort needs. Your contractor will work with you to determine the number of zones needed to maximize your family’s comfort. When your contractor installs a Honeywell zoning system everything but the thermostats will be out of sight. A zone control board and zone dampers will be installed around your furnace and in your ductwork. When a zone needs to be heated or cooled, the dampers automatically open to deliver conditioned air until your comfort needs are met. When heating or cooling is not needed, the dampers close to save energy and maximize comfort elsewhere. Just program or set the thermostats for the temperature you want in each zone and your system will do the rest.

     

    Home Temperature Zoning

    Home Temperature Zoning

     

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  •  Home Temperature Zoning System