Zoned systems give you maximum control in your Foley, Alabama, home. Regardless of your home’s size, you can benefit from multi-zone technology because you can control different parts of your house separately. Not only will your rooms be more comfortable, but zoning technology will enable you to reduce your energy consumption.
Why Are Zoned Systems Effective?
Think about how you use your home. Do you spend more time in the kitchen than in the spare bedroom? That’s what makes zoned systems so effective. You can separate little-used rooms from the areas of your home in which you spend the most time. You don’t have to heat or cool areas that you rarely enter, so your overall energy consumption declines.
Additionally, zoned systems can benefit you financially and practically if you decide to upgrade and add new rooms to your home, convert your garage into living space, or finish your attic. An Infinity Residential Ductless Multi-Zone heat pump system, for instance, is particularly convenient because you don’t have to add ductwork.
How Do Zoned Systems Work?
When we install a zoned system in your house, you’ll get a thermostat for each zone. You can adjust the temperatures to suit your specific needs, and then change them when circumstances demand it. For instance, if your guest bedrooms sit in a different zone than the rest of your house, you can increase the temperature when you have guests for the holidays.
Ductless zoned systems don’t rely on ductwork at all, which can save space in a small home. These small HVAC systems deliver conditioned air to specific areas of the home, and you can control the temperature with an independent thermostat. Many homeowners choose ductless zoned systems because of their convenience. We can retrofit an older home with this type of system or install it in new construction, depending on your needs.
If you’re in the market for a new HVAC system, consider taking advantage of zoning technology. Call Keith Air Conditioning, Inc. at 251-476-3610 to schedule a consultation.