An improvement or addition to a new HVAC installation that we strongly recommend for customers is a zone control system. Zone controls divide up the ductwork into separate climate “zones” where cooling and heating can be shut off.
If you’ve chosen to have a new air conditioning and/or heating system installed in your home this month, you’ll have a few choices for features to include with it, such as a Wi-Fi thermostat (something that we highly recommend). Another of those options is putting in zone control.
The standard central air conditioning system in a home distributes air through ducts and into rooms through vents covered with a grill. Most of these grills have shutters behind them that can be moved with a lever to direct the airflow.
Are you in the market for the installation of a central air conditioning system, either for a new home or as a replacement for an older AC? Here is something you should consider including as part of the installation: zone control.