If you want to have better control over the temperature in your Maple Grove home, it may be time to look at a zone heating system for you and your family. Zone heating systems are a great solution for homeowners who want a smarter HVAC system and to save money on heating and air.
How Zone Heating Systems Work
Traditional HVAC systems push the same amount of heated air through all the vents in your home. If one room is already warmer than the rest of the home, it still receives the same amount of heat as the other rooms.
The way a zone heating system works is by setting up separate “zones” in your home. Each of the zones is managed with its own dedicated thermostat. The heating system itself uses motorized dampers within the ductwork to separate the heated air into each zone. These dampers open or close based on signals received from the HVAC system’s main control panel. The thermostats in each zone of the house are all connected to this main panel.
Benefits of a Zone Heating System
A zone heating system has several advantages over a traditional home HVAC system. These advantages include:
- Energy savings. Traditional heating systems can waste energy by sending the same amount of heat into all of the home’s rooms. The problem is that some rooms in the home don’t require as much as others. A zone heating system saves energy by only sending heated air to areas of the home that need it.
- No more cold or hot spots. If there are rooms in your home that always seem either too warm or too chilly, a zone heating system can fix that. With a zone heating system, you’ll be able to control the temperature of each room. Alternatively, if you would like some areas to be colder or warmer than others, you can do that too!
- More comfort! If some members of your family like it warm but others like it cold, a zone heating system can help. Zone heating lets you customize the temperature in each part of your home, and each bedroom can be set to its own temperature.
- Smart thermostats. Zone heating systems work great with smart thermostats. With a zone heating system, you can use smart thermostats to remotely control the temperature in every part of your home. You can use smart thermostats to adjust the temperature separately in each part of your home according to behavior settings as well, which also means saving more on energy costs.
How to Get Zone Heating for Your Home
If you’re wondering how to install a zone heating system in your Maple Grove home, contact Northern’s One Hour Heating & Air today. The heating system team at Northern’s One Hour has the knowledge and expertise to install a zone heating system in your home and answer any questions you may have.
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