Can zoning reduce energy costs and improve efficiency? YES!
First off, Happy National #CutYourEnergyCostsDay! Read below to find out how our zoning solutions can contribute to significant energy savings while allowing your furnace to run at its highest efficiency.
- How can zoning save homeowners money? Zoning allows homeowners to control the temperature in different areas in their homes (zones). When a zone isn’t being used, the temperature in that zone can be raised or lowered, which saves on energy consumption. Keeping the temperatures in the individual zones not more than five to six degrees apart is the most economical and efficient operation for the furnace. A more consistent temperature and lower energy consumption equals a lower energy bill for homeowners.
- For added energy efficiency! Arzel zoning systems can be paired with (Programmable or Smart) thermostats. All of our zoning panels are compatible with most thermostats currently on the market. Smart thermostats are capable of learning a household’s occupancy patterns and adjust heating and cooling dependent on whether a zone is occupied, or is about to be occupied. While programmable thermostats require homeowners to enter the times and days when zones will or will not be occupied. This leads to a significant reduction of energy use for the homeowner.
- Built to last! Our zoning systems don’t require regular maintenance. Once the zoning system is installed, there are no yearly check-ups or routine maintenance necessary, which means no additional cost for the homeowner, and no wasting money on uneconomical space heaters, window A/C units or other energy hogs.
- Finally! Properly maintain your furnace! What does this mean? Regularly changing the air filter, and scheduling annual maintenance to keep it running efficiently!
If you are looking for a contractor, use our free contractor locator tool below! Contractors with the green shaded listings have attended our Comfort College and are professionally trained to install our zoning systems.
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