One of the benefits that ductless air conditioning systems offer is the fact that the individual blowers they use can be regulated independently of the others. This allows for different temperatures to be easily maintained in different areas of the house. However, you can achieve the same benefit with a more traditional split central air conditioning system; you just need a zone control system in order to do so. In order to fully understand how beneficial a zone control system in Fresno, CA can really be, you must first understand how it is that such a system operates. Here is some information to help you to do so. Contact Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning for more details, or to schedule service.
Basic Zone Control System Components
The zone control system is made up of 3 basic types of components: electronic dampers, a central control panel and thermostats. The dampers and the thermostats both wire directly into the control panel. The dampers are mechanical in nature, and when you adjust the thermostat in any given temperature zone, the corresponding damper will open or close accordingly, allowing for more conditioned air to enter that area, or restricting airflow as needed. The thermostats are controlled independently of the others, allowing you to maintain different environments in different areas.
What This Means for You
There are a few ways in which using a zone control system can benefit homeowners, with the most obvious being the fact that a zone control system makes it possible to take greater control over temperature maintenance in the home. There are further benefits to consider, though. For instance, you can cut down on energy consumption in your efforts to live comfortably, meaning that you can use your HVAC system more efficiently. Plus, by taking some of the strain off of your HVAC equipment, as it won’t have to work as hard, you can help to reduce the wear and tear that your system suffers. Contact us today if you think that zone-controlled heating and cooling is right for you.