Save energy and dollars by controlling individual room temperature

Every home has at least two zones: the living area and the sleeping area, which are rarely used at the same time. In most homes, there are rooms that are used a lot and rooms that may not be used as often. Zoning makes it possible to regulate the temperatures in all rooms of your house. A zoning system uses dampers in your ductwork that open and close as needed based on each zone’s thermostat settings. When a zone doesn’t need to be heated or cooled, the dampers close to save energy and maximize comfort elsewhere. It’s that simple. With installation of a zoning system, WestAIR will create a comfortable atmosphere for all rooms in your home in addition to producing savings on your energy bills due to heating/cooling certain areas of your home only as needed. Call today to set up installation for your own automatic zoning system.

See a Zoning Example (.PDF)

Automatic zoning features:

  • Improve comfort by adjusting temperature for each room as you move through the house
  • Conveniently adjust the temperature in one room without having to go to another part of the house to adjust the central thermostat
  • Conserve energy by not overheating or cooling rooms that are unused or already at temperature
  • Use any type of thermostat
  • Add automatic setback thermostats and never touch the thermostat again
  • Avoid having to use multiple HVAC units in order to provide zoning

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