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Be Energy Smart with HVAC Zoning in Bay Area
Stop wasting power by heating and cooling unused areas of your Girard home. Be more energy savvy—and comfortable—with a zoned HVAC system from Attic Bright & HVAC Services.
What is zoned HVAC and how does it work? You can customize how your room or zone is temperature controlled. Zoning is technology that uses dampers in the ductwork to manage airflow. The system will open and close dampers to transfer air to the appropriate room in your home.
And you may even save energy too. When zoning is used properly with smart thermostats, the U.S. Department of Energy estimates it could save you up to 35 percent on your energy expenses.
Zone control can work with a variety of equipment—furnace, air conditioner, heat pump or air handler. These devices need to be two-stage, multistage or variable-speed for the best results.
Adding zoning requires careful design to appropriately equalize airflow in ducts—but Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning has it covered. All of our Expert specialists are ACE certified, which means they’ve earned HVAC’s gold standard to skillfully serve you. Plus, all of our work is upheld by a one-year, 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.*
Home zoning systems alleviate the most ordinary problems we see in homes—hot and cold rooms that are never the correct temperature.
This is especially true for multistory homes, where the top floor is typically the warmest.
There are many sections of your home that can benefit from zoning, such as rooms with:
- Expansive windows
- Vaulted ceilings or a loft
- Excessive sunlight
- Sparse use, such as a guest bedroom
- Distinct temperature needs, like a home gym, wine cellar or music studio