Home owners everywhere are becoming more and more interested in zone control systems because of the savings that come along with it. It is an option that comes with HVAC systems and offers sectional control, meaning you will have the option of controlling the temperature of each room in your home. This control system is very much in demand because it can help decrease your monthly energy bill significantly.

A zone control system will not only reduce your energy costs, but it will optimize the functionality of your heating and cooling system as well. Heating and cooling control is a modern concept that can be used in a number of situations, including when you have rooms that are empty most of the time. It’s unnecessary to heat or cool rooms that are not used very often and this will help you prevent waste, resulting in lower energy bills. It’s also ideal for rooms that do not heat or cool uniformly or when people with different temperature preferences live in the same house.

Having control over the heating and cooling temperature of specific rooms in your home will help you save a lot of money because you will be able to switch off all of the rooms that are unoccupied while keeping the rooms that you do use at a comfortable temperature. This means that only the energy needed to make occupied rooms comfortable will be used, which will help avoid waste, resulting in a significant decrease of energy costs and lower bills.

Larger homes with big families can benefit from this system as well because you can set different temperatures to different rooms based on people’s preferences and needs, which will also help to reduce the inefficient use of energy while maintaining the efficiency of your HVAC system. It’s important to remember that even a small reduction in HVAC temperatures can make a very big difference on your energy bills and minimize your energy costs.

There are different types of zone control systems, including:

  1. Ductless. This is the most common type of temperature system that has a built in thermostat, which makes central temperature control very easy and this type of unit can be added to your home without affecting any of your existing HVAC components.
  2. Conventional with a damper. These units can adjust the temperature of the rooms in your home either manually or electronically and is a two-way HVAC control system.
  3. Smart vents. This HVAC zone control system is pretty new in today’s market and is not always recommended because it may add additional stress to your existing components.

Your Local HVAC Team can help you find ways to reduce your energy bills, and we can help with furnaces and any of your heating and air conditioning needs. We service the Bracebridge and Muskoka areas, so give us a call today to learn more!