Is part of your home too hot while another part too cold? Hot air rises, making the upper levels of your home warmer, while the lower levels may be cooler. This leaves your home unevenly heated and while you try to get one area to the temperature your desired temperature, another area becomes uncomfortable. If this situation sounds familiar, having a home comfort zoning system installed by B&L Ott can help.
How It Works
When you only have one thermostat, it can be very difficult to control the temperature of rooms at the opposite end of the house. With a home comfort zoning system, multiple thermostats are installed in separate areas of your home. This gives you the ability to make one area of your home warmer or cooler without affecting other areas.
All you have to do is set the thermostat for each zone to your temperature preference and your system will do the rest. After you set the temperature, a computer will tell the dampers in your home to open and allow warm or cool air to flow throughout the room. When the room reaches the desired temperature, the dampers will close.
Reasons to Have a Home Comfort Zoning System Installed by B&L Ott
- Personal comfort
- You have a large home with poor air circulation
- If you have hot or cold spots in your home
- You have large windows and parts of your home receive more sunlight
- To suit room purposes (E.g. cooling off an exercise room)
- To improve efficiency of your HVAC system
- To prolong the life of your HVAC system
If you are unsure of how to divide your home, one of our certified techs would be happy to advise you in choosing the best set up for your home. Most homeowners, however, choose to divide their home simply by the upper and lower levels. If you’re your family members lifestyles call for different temperatures, a home comfort zoning system can also give you better temperature control to keep all of your loved ones comfortable.
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A home zoning system can be easily integrated into your current HVAC system. Contact B&L Ott if you have any questions or would like to request service to install a home comfort zoning system.