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March 14, 2016
At Greiner Heating and Air, we get a lot of complaints from homeowners in the Davis, Woodland and Winters areas about uncomfortable spots within the home. Often, these come in the form of major temperature differences between rooms, which is a common problem that affects homes of all shapes and sizes. If this issue sounds familiar, it may be worth your while to take a look at home zoning. Smart thermostats and other advancements in home performance technology have made it easier than ever to properly zone the home, and if you employ a multi-zone approach, you can expect to see a marked difference in home comfort.
What is Home Zoning?
At its core, home zoning refers to breaking up the home into multiple sections so that you can control and monitor the temperature of each area specifically. Every room in a home is unique and experiences its own set of conditions that can affect temperature and comfort levels. Some require more conditioned air, for example, while others will invariably require less. Home zoning allows you to identify these differences and adjust accordingly so that you can experience consistent comfort levels throughout your entire home.
With each passing year comes new advancements in smart technology, and today’s smart thermostats offer near-infinite levels of control and customization. At Greiner, we’re passionate about what these devices mean for the future of home performance, and we’re ready to help you find the right thermostat for your home.
The Benefits of Home Zoning
When your home isn’t properly zoned, it’s common for your HVAC system to attempt to push-out extra air to compensate for temperature differences between rooms. Not only is this an ineffective way to create a comfortable living environment, but it typically results in a huge amount of wasted energy. You may also experience uncomfortable temperature imbalances throughout your home.
Home zoning comes along with a number of benefits, including:
Enhanced Home Performance
Consistent Temperatures Between Rooms
Reduced Energy Bills
A More Comfortable Home Environment
At Greiner, we work with each and every one of our customers to ensure that they’re getting the most out of home comfort and aren’t experiencing noticeable issues with temperature variation between rooms. If this is a problem that you’ve been trying to remedy without success, we can help.