Have you ever considered the cost of heating and cooling your entire Denver, NC, home when all you want is to chill in the family room? It’s a monumental waste of money. The good news is that now, with zoning, you can heat and cool only the rooms you use.

How a Zoned System Works

Zoning allows you to maintain different temperatures in different areas of your home. You can have two or three zones, or you can have a zone in every room. Zoned systems electronically maintain the desired temperatures in each room via automatic dampers that control airflow. The system has a smart control panel that masterminds the entire operation by interfacing with the thermostats, the dampers, and your HVAC. Thermostats come in remote or wall-mounted models and can be used to control not only temperature, but also humidity levels and fan speeds.

Big Savings on Utility Bills

HVAC accounts for 50 percent of a typical Denver homeowner’s energy costs. With zoning, you can cut those costs by up to 30 percent. Zoning itself doesn’t affect the efficiency of your HVAC. Rather, it provides technology that allows you to maximize that efficiency.

Consistent Heating and Cooling

It’s difficult for even the best HVAC system to provide consistent comfort throughout a home based on only one thermostat. The area near the thermostat might maintain a comfortable and desired temperature, but what about upstairs rooms and bedrooms far from the controls? With a separate thermostat in each room, you can keep temperatures exactly where you want them at all times.

To learn more about the convenience, comfort and money-saving potential of a custom-designed Trane zoning system; or to schedule a zoning system installation assessment in your Denver, NC, home; visit Lakeside Heating & Air Conditioning or call 704-208-4172.