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Zoning


What Is It? | What Are the Benefits? | Does My House Need Zoning?


What Is It? In most homes, you will find only one thermostat responsible for controlling the comfort levels for the entire house. This thermostat is usually located in a hallway, and will keep the hallway at the temperature you set while other areas of the home will range from too hot to too cold. Zoning allows for a thermostat in each room (or zone) for individual and independent temperature control.

What Are the Benefits?

  1. Room-by-room comfort control

  2. Reduced equipment run time

  3. Elimination of hot/cold rooms

  4. Works with conventional air conditioning units, furnaces, and heat pumps

  5. Allows for heating or cooling only those areas you want, when you want

  6. Energy savings and lowering of utility bills


Does My House Need Zoning? If: (1) your house is large, and you find that some rooms are quite cold while others are warm; (2) you have concerns about people living in your home who may be sensitive to temperature (e.g., babies or the elderly); (3) some rooms in your home are comfortable, and some are not; or (4) you have infrequently used rooms in your home that you don't need to cool or heat on a regular basis...you could probably benefit from a zoning system. Cooling or heating your entire house just to maintain a comfortable temperature in one portion of your home achieves nothing more than running your systems longer than necessary and driving up your utility bills.

For more information on how zoning can help you save energy, reduce your utility costs, and afford more comfort in your home, call Sullivan Plumbing at (217) 355-3789, or contact us using our simple contact form. More information about zoning systems is available online from EWC Ultrazone.

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