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Controlled Comfort With a Zoning System

Posted by Paul Wadsworth on Fri, Apr 01, 2011 @ 03:19 PM

How much control do you truly have over your home’s comfort? Are there areas or rooms in the home that stay comfortable but are rarely or never occupied? Do you have an upstairs that is too hot in summer? Have you built on an addition that seems to be always either too hot or too cold to enjoy?

If you have any of these comfort problems, you are a candidate for a zoning system.  Just like it wouldn’t make sense to turn all the lights in your house with just one light switch, using just one thermostat to try to control many varying temperature zones in your house often doesn’t make sense either.

Using a zoning system in your home gives you the control over the temperature levels throughout your entire home.  If you have ever dropped the thermostat to 64 degrees downstairs in order to sleep at 70 degrees upstairs in July, a zoning system will solve that problem. If you have a north side room that is too cold to use in January, a zoning system will change that.

Using different thermostats in different “zones” of the house that are all connected to a central control panel, you can once again be the master of your domain. A zoning system uses existing ducting to control air flow to various parts of the home. Heat goes where it is most needed without sacrificing warmth in other areas. The same can be done with cool air.

Unused or little-used areas of the home can be controlled as well. And this can save money on your energy bills.

If you would like more information about how a zoning system works, click here. Once you have read how easily a zoning system can be installed, contact us at P. K. Wadsworth for more detailed information or a free assessment that can show how your home can benefit from a zoning system.


PK Wadsworth services the Greater Cleveland, OH area including cities Chagrin Falls, Shaker Heights, Eastlake or anywhere in between.  To get started, check out our website.

Topics: thermostat, zoning system, home heat., temperature zones, energy bills, thermostats, air flow, central control panel, temperature levels, wadsworth, zoning systems

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