If some of the rooms in your home are warmer or cooler than others, you may want to consider a zoned HVAC system. A zoned system directs heated or cooled air to the spaces in your home that need it, and shuts off access to areas that don’t.
The truth is that most homes can benefit from an HVAC zoning system. Not only does this type of system eliminate hot and cool spots, but it also improves efficiency! (How does lower heating and cooling costs sound?)
Here’s how it works, according to Angie’s List:
With zoned temperature control, each zone you create in your home has its own thermostat and each thermostat can be set at a different temperature. All thermostats are connected to an overall control panel that operates your heating and air conditioning system. The result is total control over your home’s environment.
Certain architectural features make your home particularly suitable for an HVAC zoning system:
- Cathedral ceilings
- Rooms over the garage
- Many big windows
- Living space within a basement or attic
- Sun room
- More than one level
Interested in learning more about zoned HVAC systems? Give Service Plus Heating, Cooling & Plumbing a call at (317) 434-2627. We offer complete home zoning, and we service the entire Indianapolis area.