Are some rooms in your Royersford, Pennsylvania, home colder than others in the winter? Do some of your family members complain about being too warm while others say they’re too cold? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then you should consider zoned heating.
Rather than setting a single thermostat to heat areas of your home to the same temperature, zoned heating uses multiple thermostats to control the temperature of different rooms — or zones &mdash in your house. Discover three ways you can eliminate cold spots and adjust for personal heating preferences with zoned heating.
Eliminate Cold Spots
Since zoned heating allows you to control heating locations in your home, you can get rid of uncomfortable cold spots that never seem to get warm enough. Set your home’s heating zones with cold spots in mind, and you can make every room comfortable.
Adjust Heat for Personal Preference
When your home is centrally heated, you set your thermostat to one temperature for the house. This approach might not work for everyone in your family, as some may like one room warmer than others. By using zoned heating, each member of your family can choose a comfortable temperature without having to adjust the heat throughout the house.
Tailor Heat for Usage
A room in your home that doesn’t get much use, such as a guest room, won’t need to be kept comfortable like a room used daily, such as the kitchen. With zoned heating, you can choose to heat the rooms your family uses the most each day. By allowing you to choose what rooms or spots to heat inside your home, zoned heating can help you save money on your monthly energy bill.
At New Age Air, we can answer questions and offer solutions for zoned heating. Our services in the Royersford area include heating installation, maintenance, and repairs. Call 610-298-0271 to speak to one of our heating experts about your home heating needs.
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