Are you finding that it’s almost impossible to keep all the rooms in your Fern Creek, Kentucky, home at a consistently comfortable temperature? The solution could be an HVAC zoning system, but is it right for you? Let’s consider three factors.

Homes Best Suited for HVAC Zoning Systems

All homes can benefit from a zoning system, but homes with certain features are better candidates. Multi-level homes or those with large glass areas may find precise controls advantageous. Homeowners who have attic or basement living spaces can create heating and cooling zones that are separate from the main house.

Benefits of an HVAC Zoned System

Zoning lets you control the temperature of each room in your home independently, enabling you to have a greater level of comfort in the areas of your home where you need it most. Because your system doesn’t have to heat or cool all areas in your home equally, zoning helps you save energy and, in turn, money.

Zoning keeps different areas separate, decreasing the air that travels around your home. This restricts pet dander, dust, dirt, and pollen from spreading through your home as they would with a standard HVAC system. With a zoning system, you can improve the indoor air quality in your home.

Disadvantages of an HVAC Zoned System

One disadvantage of a zoned system is the cost. Zoned systems require additional equipment that’s more complicated to install. A complex duct system is included in the zoning installation. This means the upfront installation costs are usually high, though you’ll gain monetary benefits from lower energy bills. These costs apply whether you’re installing a system in a brand new house or converting an existing HVAC system.

The extra equipment also means you’ll have more equipment that can potentially break down, leading to unexpected expenses, but if you properly maintain your equipment, you’ll have fewer chances for repair bills.

One Choice Mechanical is your leading provider of HVAC services. Call us today at 502-242-8204 to schedule an appointment and learn more about HVAC zoning.

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