zoning system

November 7, 2013

Programmable Thermostats: How They Work for Savings

Does your Peachtree City area home have a programmable thermostat? Programmable thermostats, if installed, programmed and operated properly, can save you big money on your home energy bills. However, for these units to work at their most cost-effective, it’s imperative to use them right. Many people think that turning thermostats down at night and up in the morning is a waste of energy. This commonly held opinion has been proven wrong by scientists as early as the 1970s. In fact, turning the […]
December 17, 2013

Closing an Unused Room to Save Energy: Maybe Not Such a Good Idea After All

Many homeowners think that closing a room to save energy is a smart move on their part to cut heating costs. On one level, it makes sense because you’re increasing the airflow going to the rooms left open plus giving your heating equipment a smaller house to warm up. In reality, however, this doesn’t happen in most cases, and can actually create more problems than it solves. A well-planned forced-air HVAC system is calibrated to have a certain amount of […]
February 25, 2014

How Upgrading to a Zoning System Can Boost Comfort, Save Money

Regardless of the size of your home, it’s likely that you spend your time in just a few rooms at any given time. This waste of energy – heating a whole house when much of it’s not occupied – is one reason why upgrading to a zoning system is such a great idea. If used properly, you’ll save money while boosting your comfort level as well. Installation of a Zoning System Traditional one-thermostat heating and cooling systems are not very efficient […]
June 11, 2015

Learn About the Great Benefits of Zoned HVAC Systems

Fayette’s intense summers don’t make it easy to stay cool, and certain home designs further complicate the problem. Zoned HVAC systems can help by ensuring even, comfortable temperatures in every room. Zoning for Comfort and Savings A zoned heating and cooling system creates “zones” or parts of the house that can be cooled and heated independently from each other. To accomplish this, the system uses dampers in the ducts to direct airflow, a programmable thermostat for each zone and a […]