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Considering An HVAC Zoning System In Your Home?

mechanical-zone-system2If so, you will want to make sure it is well-designed for your home.  Below is information you should find helpful when designing the right zoning system for your home.

  • Keep zones to an area no larger than a single floor since zoning systems work best in smaller areas (i.e. individual rooms). If you put more than one floor of your home in a single zone, you’ll lose the benefit of the zoning system because rising warm air and sinking cool air will cause inconsistent temperatures.
  • Put newly constructed or remodeled rooms in the same zone because these rooms will most likely have better insulation and other thermal characteristics than the older rooms.
  • Place/install zone thermostats in the room that is used most often.  Since it is the room you spend the most time in, it makes sense to keep that room’s temperature comfortable and the thermostat there. Hallways are not always ideal locations for thermostats as they may be affected by sunshine or extreme temperatures outside.
  • Place rooms with walls that make contact with the outside (perimeter walls) in separate zones as these rooms are more likely to be affected by the outside temperatures which will likely result in inconsistent heating and cooling.
  • Keep rooms with similar thermal characteristics in the same zone as much as possible because even if they are placed within the same zone, rooms with different heating and cooling loads will continue to have inconsistent temperatures.