An HVAC system with zoning lets you control the temperature of each area or zone in your Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, home with a separate thermostat. That way, you can avoid cooling unoccupied rooms. Some systems with zoning have dampers in their ductwork to direct conditioned air where it’s needed, and others are ductless. These systems typically have multiple indoor units connected to an outdoor system by a small conduit. Zoning can make your house more comfortable, provide energy savings, and reduce breakdowns.
With a zoned system, you’ll never have to argue with a family member about the best setting for your thermostat. Everyone can set a comfortable temperature for his or her bedroom so no one will feel too warm or too chilly. A ductless system will even let you use heating and air conditioning in different parts of your home at the same time. With a programmable thermostat, you can control the temperatures in every zone from a remote or from your computer or smartphone.
Installing dampers in your ductwork or replacing your current HVAC system with a ductless one can be expensive, but both options are worthwhile investments. Zoning can eventually pay for itself by lowering your utility bills while keeping you and your family comfortable.
Dirty components can lead to inconvenient, costly breakdowns. Fortunately, a ductless HVAC system can increase your indoor air quality by keeping contaminants like dust and dirt from moving through your ductwork and the rest of your HVAC system. Since your HVAC system won’t have to work as hard with zoning, its parts won’t be exposed to as much wear. This prevents problems and extends your system’s life.
Air Doctor Services, Inc. is a Trane Comfort Specialist. We guarantee 100 percent satisfaction for our customers, and we can help you and your family stay cool with zoning. For outstanding air conditioning service from our experienced, friendly technicians, call us anytime at 843-305-8824.
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