Zone Control Systems
You love your North Carolina home-with one exception: some rooms are comfortable, others not so much.
A zone control system is your solution.
Zoning allows you to set different temperatures throughout your home, using the same heating and cooling equipment. Focus your indoor comfort on the rooms you use most.
Zoning makes life easier on your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. It no longer has to work as hard trying to reach the same temperature in every room. You spend less on utilities and enjoy more comfort!
Rudy Cools is a trusted name in the field of HVAC installation, maintenance, and repair, with over 30 years of experience in Belmont and surrounding areas. Our friendly NATE-certified technicians will keep you informed every step of the way. Call us today for a free consultation on your next project.
Why Do I Need a Zone Control System?
Your home is probably a good candidate for zoning if it has:
- Multiple levels
- A sprawling layout
- A concrete slab foundation
- Furnished rooms in the basement or attic
- Big open areas
- Tall ceilings
- Large windows
Who wants to pay to air condition a barely used room in the summer? A zone control system is a more efficient way to spend your heating and cooling dollars.
How Do Zone Control Systems Work?
Our NATE-certified technicians will install mechanical dampers in the air ducts of your Belmont home. You can zone a single room, multiple rooms, or an entire floor of your home.
Each zone has a separate thermostat connected to a central control panel. When you adjust the thermostat in a particular zone, the control panel opens or closes dampers to distribute hot or cold air where needed.
You cannot achieve the same results by adjusting the slats on the air vents in a room.
Those adjustable slats direct the airflow into a room-they are not designed to block it entirely. Merely closing or partially opening a vent restricts the amount of airflow that exits the ductwork-but it does not cause your air conditioner, furnace, or heat pump to produce less cold or hot air.
A zoning system controls your HVAC system, telling it when to run and shut down based on the separate thermostat settings. Closing vents can lead to low airflow and other problems. It is not a practical way to adjust the temperature in a room.
Zone Control System Installation
Our seasoned professionals install zoning systems for new builds and existing homes. Zoning is a terrific option if you live in an older large home and want to cut down your energy bills.
Not sure how many zones to create? Our team will walk you through the process and recommend the best setup in your Belmont home to enjoy maximum comfort.
Ask about our flexible financing packages and upgrade your old equipment. A new HVAC system can lower your monthly utility bill by up to 40 percent .
Zone Control Repairs
Are you experiencing a problem with a damper, the control board, or one of the thermostats? Call us right away. We always provide accurate upfront pricing and a thorough explanation of the job so that you feel comfortable and confident about our work.
At Rudy Cools, we understand equipment tends to break when you least expect it. That's why we offer 24/7 emergency services to be there when you need us.
Zone Control Maintenance
Your HVAC system is a significant investment. Compare it to the vehicle in your driveway. They both cost a lot of money. They both require planned maintenance to enjoy the best value and performance.
Scheduling annual HVAC tune-ups allow our technicians to uncover minor issues before they become costly repairs. Preventative maintenance also keeps your manufacturer's warranty intact.
Sign up for our Preventative Maintenance Agreement to enjoy discounts on parts, tune-ups, and repairs. Jump to the front of the line and enjoy priority service every time you call us. Join today!
Call Your Zone Control Professionals Today!
Install a zone control system in your Belmont, NC, home and start saving money. For quality HVAC service, call Rudy Cools at (704) 491-0362 or request service online today.