Zoning is the controlled delivery of heating and cooling to different areas (zones) in your home or business as desired, making you more comfortable. Whether it’s an existing building or new construction, zoning is the solution to your comfort problems.
A zone could be a single room, a group of rooms or even individual floors within a house or building and Arzel’s zoning systems work seamlessly with most HVAC equipment.
With an Arzel zoning system, you can eliminate hot or cold spots, increase energy efficiency, reduce maintenance and equipment costs, and increase your return on investment.
When you turn on your kitchen faucet does your bathroom faucet turn on too?
When you turn the light on in your bedroom does the living room light turn on?
The reason this doesn’t happen in your home is because each of these utilities are zoned. So why not zone your heating and cooling system too?
Does your home have uncomfortable rooms like these?
Upstairs rooms that are too hot
Master bedroom that’s never the right temperature
A cool nursery or office
An uncomfortable finished or unfinished basement
A guest room that’s too cold
A hot remodeled attic or bonus room above the garage
An addition that is too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer
A sunroom that gets too hot or cold
Whether your home is an existing building or under construction, Arzel is the solution to your home comfort problems. With an Arzel zoning system you can eliminate hot or cold spots while increase energy efficiency, reduce maintenance and equipment costs, and increase your return on investment.
Did you know the use of your heating and cooling system is the #1 use of energy in your home?
Arzel products help you save MONEY & ENERGY by:
Use less energy by eliminating the use of expensive and potentially dangerous portable heaters, fans, window air conditioners and by only heating and cooling the rooms you use.
As a result of zoning your home, you will no longer have to raise and lower the thermostat setting in one room to keep from baking or freezing in another.
Having the flexibility to turning off parts of your comfort system rather than heating or cooling unoccupied rooms.