Zone Control Systems in San Diego County

So you have a dependable, relatively efficient heater and air conditioner installed in your home. Are these systems truly optimized to excel in their performance, though? If you have any doubts about this, give us a call. Excel Air  is a family owned and operated HVAC company, as we have been since our beginnings back in 1999. Around here, your comfort is all that matters.

One way to boost the overall performance quality of your HVAC system is to integrate a zone control system into it. This is a great way to get more from a forced air heater or central air conditioner. The one caveat is that you absolutely must schedule your zone control system services in San Diego County, CA with trained, experienced professionals. Dialing our number is an easy way to guarantee that this is the case.

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Why Choose Zone Heating and Cooling Work?

Picture this – you have just one light switch in your entire house. When you walk in the front door, you flip that switch, and you illuminate every room in the house. Does this hypothetical design make sense to you? We are guessing that your answer is “no way!” Well, why are you happy to just heat and/or cool your entire house to just one temperature
throughout, then?

It may not seem quite as ridiculous, and some homes may be just fine with one set temperature throughout the living space. For others, though, particularly those with areas or single rooms that are frequently unused, it really is not ideal. That is where a zone control system comes into play.

How Does Zone Heating and Zone Air Conditioning Work?

A heat pump, furnace, and/or central air conditioner will use a system of air ducts to deliver conditioned air throughout a home, right? With a zone control system, you are able to break this home up into different areas, or “zones”. The setup involves a central control panel, multiple thermostats, and a number of electronic dampers.

A thermostat is installed in each dedicated zone, and these are wired into the central control panel. The electronic dampers are installed throughout your ductwork, strategically breaking the house up into the different zones. When you adjust your thermostat in any given area, the dampers will adjust as well, and the system will modulate the operation of the AC or heater to accommodate the different temperature settings.

Benefits of Zone Control

Exploiting zone control heating and air conditioning in San Diego County, CA means that different members of your family may be able to live more comfortably. If you are in the kitchen cooking a big meal, for instance, you may want to set the temperature lower there than you do in the living room where the kids are studying. A zone control system allows you to do that. This helps to eliminate arguments over temperature settings, as well.

When used strategically, your zone control system can also help you to cut back on energy costs. No, simply shutting the registers and grates in unused areas of the house will not accomplish the same goal. In fact, doing so can strain your HVAC system. If you want to guarantee that you are using zone control to help your system excel in its operation, leave its design, installation, and service to us!