Though centralized forced air systems are the most popular form of climate control in the country, they have their limitations. The main issue with centralized forced air systems is that they only have two modes: on and off. When you turn your system on it distributes the same output to the entire home. Areas of your home that are drafty, have differences in sunlight exposure, insulations, and other factors means each space in your home requires different outputs to create optimal comfort.
Zone control heating and air conditioning will solve these problems by allowing you to dictate the output of your system to each part of your home. This makes your system more energy efficient, and you and your family more comfortable.
How does a Zone Control System Work?
Zone Control Systems are designed to give you more control over which parts of your home receive heating and cooling. In order to do this, dampers are installed into existing ductwork. These dampers open and close directing the air exactly where it is needed inside your home. A thermostat is installed in each zone and is connected to your air conditioning system and the newly installed dampers. When your thermostat detects the need for heating or cooling, it opens the appropriate damper and cools or heats the specified area.
Zone Control System Installation in the San Antonio Area
We offer a full range of zone control installation services throughout San Antonio, TX and the surrounding areas. No matter what your heating and cooling needs are, we have got you covered.
Installing a Zone Control System is a job for the professionals, so that’s why you need to call Climate Control Heating and Air Sales and Service. Our technicians are standing by to help you create a more comfortable, energy efficient home today.