Temperature Zoning

Home Temperature Zoning is simply the process of dividing your home into different zones, or areas, and then heating or cooling them as needed. It’s the ideal way to eliminate hot and cold spots. Plus, zoning systems save energy by heating and cooling only the areas of your home that you’re using.

Temperature Zoning Right for You?

Temperature zoning is highly recommended if your home has:

  • Multiple levels
  • Room(s) with large windows
  • Large open areas such as vaulted ceilings or foyer
  • Room(s) in a finished basement or attic
  • Room(s) with an exposed concrete floor
  • Rooms that are consistently too hot or too cold
  • Bedroom(s) in the upper levels
  • Rooms that are used occasionally
  • Occupied rooms in the attic or basement
  • An extra room over the garage

Every Zone Gets a Thermostat

Every home has at least two zones – a living space and a sleeping space. You may also have areas such as a master bedroom or children’s rooms that have separate comfort needs. Your contractor will work with you to determine the number of zones needed to maximize your family’s comfort.

When your contractor installs a Honeywell zoning system everything but the thermostats will be out of sight. A zone control board and zone dampers will be installed around your furnace and in your ductwork.

When a zone needs to be heated or cooled, the dampers automatically open to deliver conditioned air until your comfort needs are met. When heating or cooling is not needed, the dampers close to save energy and maximize comfort elsewhere.

Just program or set the thermostats for the temperature you want in each zone and your system will do the rest

Fresh Air Ventilation

The components of a properly installed temperature zoning system include:

  • Ductwork —Sheet metal or flexible air supply ducts
  • Zone Controls — Controls multiple thermostats to supply conditioned air where you need it, when you need it.
  • Motorized Dampers — Low voltage motors open (or close) dampers inside the ductwork directing conditioned air to the zone that called for it
  • Humidifiers — Help maintain the proper humidity levels in the home to improve comfort and reduce energy costs
  • Air Cleaner — Removes dust, pollen, smoke, bacteria, and other indoor air pollutants

Temperature Zoning Right for You?

Temperature zoning is highly recommended if your home has:

  • Multiple levels
  • Room(s) with large windows
  • Large open areas such as vaulted ceilings or foyer
  • Room(s) in a finished basement or attic
  • Room(s) with an exposed concrete floor
  • Rooms that are consistently too hot or too cold
  • Bedroom(s) in the upper levels
  • Rooms that are used occasionally
  • Occupied rooms in the attic or basement
  • An extra room over the garage

Every Zone Gets a Thermostat

Every home has at least two zones – a living space and a sleeping space. You may also have areas such as a master bedroom or children’s rooms that have separate comfort needs. Your contractor will work with you to determine the number of zones needed to maximize your family’s comfort.

When your contractor installs a Honeywell zoning system everything but the thermostats will be out of sight. A zone control board and zone dampers will be installed around your furnace and in your ductwork.

When a zone needs to be heated or cooled, the dampers automatically open to deliver conditioned air until your comfort needs are met. When heating or cooling is not needed, the dampers close to save energy and maximize comfort elsewhere.

Just program or set the thermostats for the temperature you want in each zone and your system will do the rest

Fresh Air Ventilation

The components of a properly installed temperature zoning system include:

  • Ductwork —Sheet metal or flexible air supply ducts
  • Zone Controls — Controls multiple thermostats to supply conditioned air where you need it, when you need it.
  • Motorized Dampers — Low voltage motors open (or close) dampers inside the ductwork directing conditioned air to the zone that called for it
  • Humidifiers — Help maintain the proper humidity levels in the home to improve comfort and reduce energy costs
  • Air Cleaner — Removes dust, pollen, smoke, bacteria, and other indoor air pollutants

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