Zoned HVAC systems are easily recognizable thanks to their use of several smaller devices placed throughout the building. This is in contrast to a central heating and cooling system that relies on extensive ductwork to deliver air. This ductless design gives zoned HVAC systems the following distinct advantages.
Why Use a Zoned HVAC System?
1. Easy Installation
Ductless systems require much less labor to install. The small refrigerant piping used for the individual units only requires a 3-inch hole to the outside, which minimizes the disruption stemming from the installation process.
Walls and ceilings don’t need to be torn apart like with standard ductwork. As a result, zoned systems can be ready for use within a day.
2. Flexible Placement & Control
Zoned HVAC systems offer the maximum level of customization for maintaining comfortable indoor conditions. During installation, you can choose whether you want individual units mounted on the floor or wall.
Once the system is up and running, you can adjust temperature settings for each unit. This allows you to cool an occupied room or turn off the unit when no one’s there.
3. Improved Energy Efficiency
Increased control over temperature settings makes it easier to reduce your household energy consumption. However, ductless systems also improve your energy efficiency by eliminating the issues that occur with ductwork.
Thermal leakage and air loss often occur in the ductwork, forcing central air systems to work harder to cool your home. This isn’t an issue with zoned systems, helping you save more in the long run.
Whether you want to install a zoned HVAC system, have questions about dehumidifiers and attic ventilation, or find yourself in need of air conditioner repair, you can count on Ziegler Heating Company. Serving Ashtabula, OH, for nearly 80 years, their team is available 24/7 to provide emergency service and only counts the job as finished when you’re 100% satisfied. To learn more about their HVAC services, visit them online or call (440) 969-1141.