If you want everyone living in your home to be comfortable, have a zone control system installed. Professionals from Armstrong Plumbing, Air & Electric can do that work. We provide service for heating and air conditioning repair, maintenance, and installation. We also have a team of electricians available to provide electrical work. Below are more details on zoned systems and why you may want to consider installing one in your home.
What Is a Zoning System?
A zone control system comprises three components: a control panel, thermostat(s), and electronic dampers. We usually place these thermostats in all the zones of a home. These systems allow you to control the temperatures in each individual zone. Doing this will help ensure that every person living in your home enjoys a comfortable space. In addition to providing customized temperature control, there are other benefits to installing a zone control system.
A Zone Control System Will Help You Lower Your Utility Bills
If there is no zoning system in your home, when the heat is turned on, the unit will heat the entire house. That means that even the unoccupied spaces in your home will be heated. At the end of the month, you will spend a lot of money on utility bills that you would not have otherwise spent if the unoccupied spaces were not heated.
That will not be the case when you install a zone control system in your home. This system’s dampers will redirect warm air from the unoccupied spaces. Therefore, your heating system will only heat the occupied spaces. The energy used to heat these spaces will be less than the energy needed to heat the entire house. This results in lower energy bills and less wear and tear on your system.
If you want to learn more about zone control systems or have other questions about HVAC in Lubbock, TX, the team at Armstrong Plumbing, Air & Electric is available to help. We can help you decide if zone control is right for you and assist you in finding one that is suited for your needs. Reach out to us today for more information. When you need heating and air, plumbing, or electrical work, just remember one thing: Something Wrong? Better Call Armstrong!