A zone control HVAC system allows you to choose which areas of your home or office are heated and cooled and which aren’t. We offer zoned HVAC systems and HVAC installation. Below, we’ll go over some of the ways a zone control system will save you money. Call today!
More Energy Efficient
By only heating and cooling the areas of your home or office that are used, you’ll save on energy costs. Most HVAC systems allow you to automate this feature, so you don’t have to remember to do so.
Prolongs the Life of Your HVAC System
Since you are only heating and cooling certain rooms in your home or office, you’ll prolong the life of your HVAC system. This is because your furnace or air conditioner won’t be working as long or as hard for climate control, extending its lifespan, and saving on replacement costs down the road.
Reduce the Need for HVAC Repairs
If your heating and cooling system is running less often, there will be less wear and tear on the system. This will result in fewer calls to your local HVAC company for emergency repairs, saving you money.
Helps to Keep the Temperature Constant
Your HVAC system runs optimally and uses less energy when there are fewer high and low temperatures it has to achieve. Thus, with a zone control HVAC system, the temperature of your home or office space will stay more even, eliminating these surges of energy use and saving you money.
Fujitsu Ductless Mini-split Systems offer a variety of features geared toward maximum comfort and energy efficiency. The system conserves energy even when you aren’t paying attention. Motion sensors note when a room has been vacated. After 20 minutes, the set temperature is increased by 4°F when in cooling mode, and reduced by 8°F when heating. When the room is reoccupied, it returns to the previously set operating mode.
The Mitsubishi option is a Ductless mini-split system that can be used to control the temperature of a single room, improving comfort and reducing energy costs. These ductless split systems have two main components: an indoor unit that is mounted either on a wall or ceiling and an outdoor unit that houses the condenser.