Benefits of Whole-House Temperature Zoning
Have you noticed that when one room in your house is perfectly cooled, another feels uncomfortably warm? Or perhaps that your family members constantly bicker over the right temperature for the house? Whole-house temperature zoning is the perfect solution to these problems and more. Here is a look at some of the benefits:
With whole-house temperature zoning, you can split your house into different zones with their own thermostats. That way, if you have different members of the household with different temperature preferences, they can each set the thermostat in their zone to their preferred temperature. With whole-house temperature zoning, you won’t have to worry about arguments over temperature or one family member feeling uncomfortable in their own home.
Are there times when you only want to heat or cool a particular area of your home? With whole-house temperature zoning, that’s possible! For example, you can keep your home office cool while you are working there throughout the day, but shut the A/C off in other areas of your home. This helps to improve your household’s energy efficiency, lowering your carbon footprint and minimizing the strain put on your HVAC unit.
Lower Energy Bills
Have you noticed that one area of your home tends to always be warmer or cooler than other rooms? You may end up turning your thermostat up or down excessively just to get that one room at the right temperature. This can result in expensive energy bills. With whole-house temperature zoning, you can ensure that each area of your home is heated or cooled to the perfect temperature without turning the thermostat for the whole house up or down. This helps you save money each month on your energy bills.
Are you interested in whole-house temperature zoning for your home in Newport, OR? If so, call Airrow Heating at (541) 265-8000. You can always rely on Airrow Heating’s experience, professionalism, and commitment to customer satisfaction.
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