Zoning lets you pick a variety of temperatures for each zone, or area, inside your Las Vegas, Nevada, home. Some HVAC systems with zoning use dampers inside your ductwork to send conditioned air where you need it. Others have ductless heaters and air conditioners with more than one indoor air handler. You may want to consider zoning to save energy, make your house more comfortable, and raise your indoor air quality.

Energy Savings

Your HVAC system won’t have to condition the air in empty rooms when your home has zones. Your utility bills will decrease, and your heater and air conditioner will receive less wear and last longer with fewer breakdowns. When you use zoning with a smart thermostat connected to cameras or motion sensors, your unit will make changes automatically. That way, you won’t have to adjust your thermostat manually.

Additional Comfort With Zoning

Zoning allows everyone in your home tof set the temperatures they want in their bedrooms or the rooms they use most without making other family members uncomfortable. It makes sleeping well and compensating for drafts or other temperature variations easy. You can use a programmable thermostat to make changes and get updates from anywhere with your smartphone or computer.

Improved Indoor Air Quality

Systems with multiple indoor air handlers use a different air filter for each unit. That way, bad smells and contaminants like pollen, pet dander, dirt, and dust won’t spread as easily. With a zoning system that uses dampers, you won’t need to have your ducts cleaned as often because less air flows through them.

Zen Aire Air Conditioning and Heating has more than four decades of HVAC, zoning, and indoor air quality experience. We can help you select the best system for all your needs. For excellent service from our friendly, knowledgeable professionals, call us anytime.

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