With summer upon us, it’s natural that you may be looking for ways to save money on your cooling costs. Nobody wants to pay an arm and a leg to stay comfortable in their home, but at the same time, you shouldn’t have to sacrifice that comfort just so you don’t break the bank each month!
Fortunately, you don’t have to sacrifice anything if you have the right systems in place and take steps to ensure that your air conditioner is working as efficiently as possible. There are many solutions to both of these challenges, but the one we’re going to talk about today is a zone control system installation in Purcellville, VA.
A Zone Control System Is Worth the Investment
As long as your new zone control system is professionally installed by a certified and highly trained team, it’s completely worth the investment for large or multi-level homes. This being said, if you have a very small home and don’t have any problems evenly distributing conditioned air throughout it, then you may not need this type of system.
But, let’s say you do have a larger home and you notice spots in it that are consistently warmer or cooler than others. In this case, utilizing zone control cooling—and heating!—makes a lot of sense for you. Zone control air conditioning enables you to have more control over the way you distribute conditioned air throughout your entire living space.
Let’s say you have an area within your home that gains a lot of passive solar heat. This spot is going to be warmer than other rooms in your house, so it will need more cooling in that area during the summer. On the other hand, during the winter you would need less heating in that particular spot.
How Does This All Work?
The process really isn’t that complicated: essentially, your zone control system is comprised of a central control panel, into which multiple thermostats and electronic dampers are wired. The dampers are strategically placed within your air ducts and will adjust on demand, as needed according to the temperatures set at their corresponding thermostats in the various areas—zones—of your home.
Zone control cooling and heating helps improve the overall performance and lifespan of your HVAC system by enabling it to rest more while doing its job. One important factor to keep in mind is that zone control cooling isn’t the same as simply closing or blocking a vent or two in your home—this actually creates a lot of unnecessary strain on your HVAC system and will do it harm.
Comprehensive Temperature Control
Think about it: being limited to one temperature throughout your living space is like turning on and off all the lights in your home with a single switch. This isn’t exactly convenient, right? When you’re able to maintain precise and differing temperatures throughout your home, you’ll be able to scale back on your energy costs, as everyone in the space will be able to live in greater comfort, since not everyone is comfortable at the same temperature.
Anytime you’re looking for quality HVAC services and advice on how to save money on those services, just turn to the company known for competence and value in the Ashburn area and beyond: AllTech Services, Inc. Contact us today!