Did you know that the average cost to replace an HVAC system is between $4,820 and $9,350? If you are in need of a new HVAC system and are considering installing a zone HVAC system, you are in the right place. We have put together this guide to share the top benefits of HVAC zoning.
Keep reading to learn what the major benefits are.
1. Energy Efficiency
A major benefit of a zoning system is that it will make your HVAC system more energy efficient because you can pick and choose which rooms in your home need heat. For example, if you have certain rooms that are not really used then you do not have to waste money keeping that room cold or hot. You can choose to turn those rooms off to save energy which in turn will mean you spend less money throughout the year on your power bill.
2. Longer Lifespan
Another benefit is that your current or New Air Conditioning System will last longer than the normal lifespan because you are not using it 24/7. The zoning system will allow you to focus on only certain parts of your home which means less maintenance and it also means that you will not have to replace the system as frequently.
3. Better Indoor Quality
With a ductless zoning system, the different zones on your home will be kept separate. This means that not much air will travel around your home. Pet dander, mold, pollen, dust, and dirt will not travel through the HVAC system because each room is kept separate.
This is great for anyone that suffers from allergies or respiratory health problems.
Staying comfortable around your home is a huge benefit. Some people prefer cooler temperatures while others might prefer warmer temps. With a zoning system, you have the flexibility of changing the temperature in each room to make sure that everyone has the temperatures that makes them feel comfortable.
5. Less Maintenance Costs
Because you are not heating or cooling the entire house at the same time, you will be using your unit less than a unit that is always cooling down or heating up every corner of your home. Using the unit less means that your HVAC system will not require as much maintenance.
One last benefit worth mentioning is how flexible a zoning system is. You will have more than one thermostat controlling the entire house. You can keep your living room, basement, attic, etc at whatever temperature you prefer. You also have the flexibility of changing the temperature in a room while you are there.
Ready to Install a Zoned HVAC System?
We hope that now that you have our list of top benefits of a zoned HVAC system, you can make an informed decision on whether or not to choose this option for your house.
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