Are there rooms in your home that are either too cold or too hot no matter how you set the thermostat? Is the furnace or central air conditioner blasting in rooms you rarely use? Do family members change the setting when they change rooms? If you answered yes, chances are your house isn’t zoned.
Quite simply, zoning provides greater control of temperatures in various areas of your home, without compromising comfort in others. This can save you hundreds of dollars in energy costs every year and help keep the peace.
Installing zones is definitely not a do-it-yourself project. Consisting of a control panel connected to a complex system of dampers, temperature controls and other components, zoning should be designed and installed by an HVAC professional.
To learn more about zoning, call Nashoba Air & BoilerWorks at 978.486.0600.