Zone heating and cooling in Green Bay has become increasingly popular as technology makes it easier to control the temperature in various rooms of your home. Your house is not unusual if the amount of sun exposure and natural heating is inconsistent from room to room. Wisconsin homes commonly feature some rooms that feel like an oven while others remain chilly.
Healthy Home Heating & Cooling, LLC, a Green Bay heating and cooling leader, works with homeowners to retrofit existing homes with zone heating and cooling systems as well as new construction projects.
Zone heating and cooling works off the principle that it is virtually impossible for a single thermostat to monitor every room or zone in your house. Inevitably, some rooms will be cooler than desired, others too warm, and still others just right. It can be a frustrating challenge to hone in on the ideal temperature at different times of day.
How do zone heating and cooling systems work?
It is inevitable that one member of your household will want their office or bedroom at a slightly different temperature than the rest of the house. Or perhaps you have an infant who would benefit from a toasty nursery. These systems make it possible for you to avoid making the rest of the house uncomfortable to satisfy the needs of a single room.
Multiple thermostats and independently controlled dampers in the air ducts are the secrets to zone heating and cooling systems. Healthy Home places a thermostat in each zone so it can register accurate temperatures in a specific location.
Each thermostat is connected to dampers in the ductwork that open to release more air from your furnace or air conditioner into the room, depending on the time of year. The dampers close when the room reaches your target temperature.
Let the specialists at Healthy Home to determine if your home is right for zone heating and cooling.
Healthy Home Heating & Cooling, LLC, indoor air quality specialists
Healthy Home Heating & Cooling is a Green Bay, Wisconsin-based provider of residential heating, cooling and air quality systems and service. The company provides sales and emergency repair service within a 60-mile radius of Green Bay, Wisconsin, as well as a preventive maintenance subscription program designed to prevent breakdowns and major repairs.
For more information or to schedule a visit, please call (920) 884-9119, or visit http://healthyhomeheatingandcooling.com/.
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