It’s no secret that a hot climate is what we live in, and as a result, we’ve already been using our air conditioning systems on a very regular basis. As a result, you naturally want to do everything in your power to maximize the efficiency of your cooling system.

Have you ever been frustrated by the fact that you have to cool your entire house to one set temperature despite different cooling preferences? A zone control system allows you to resolve this issue. Keep reading to learn more about how air conditioning zoning will benefit you.

How Does Zone Control Work?

Zone control systems are a lot simpler in theory than you may realize. They operate by utilizing electronic dampers which are installed in the ductwork. Each damper is hooked up to its thermostat to maintain temperatures in different areas of the living space in which they’re installed. These thermostats and dampers are all synced on a central control panel.

Your professional HVAC technician can help you determine how to best zone your home, and when you adjust the thermostat in any given temperature zone, its corresponding damper will open or close to allow more or less conditioned air into those areas.

Zone-controlled air conditioning and heating allow you to cut down on your energy costs. This is especially true if there are areas of your home that are seldom used and don’t need the conditioned air that other more frequent rooms may need. Having zone-controlled cooling also comes with the benefit of no more arguing over what temperature to have the thermostat set at, since everyone has control over their area.

Are you looking for more control over your air conditioning system in San Antonio, TX? Call Cowboys Air Conditioning & Heating today for quality zone control system installation.

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