Take Control of Your Home’s Temperature with Zoned Comfort System

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If control of the thermostat is a never-ending battle in your Lexington house with the winner usually determined by your utility bill, you may want to consider zoning your Lexington home. By using a zoned comfort system, you are able to independently maintain the temperature of predetermined areas (zones) of your home. A home that has been properly zoned might finally conclude the scuffle over the thermostat by allowing you additional control over your home’s comfort.

Your home can be separated into zones based on things such as: usage of room, personal preferences, architectural designs and rooms with comparable heating and cooling requirements. With a zoned home, you’ll have several thermostats in the different zones of your home. These thermostats control dampers throughout your ducts and you’re able to regulate the individual zones you’ve decided on throughout your home giving you more control over your home’s comfort.

Additional Comfort

Your entire family will be grateful for the added comfort that a zoned home allows. As we discovered in science class, heat naturally rises, so if you’re settling in a multiple story home, the upper levels will typically be warmer than the ground floor. A zoned home is great at combating this problem using the dampers within your ductwork to create even air distribution. Zoning your home makes hot and cold spots within your home a thing of the past. If someone in your home is consistently complaining about being hot or cold, the added temperature control could put a stop to those complaints.

One of the greatest benefits of zoning your home is the ability to heat and cool areas contingent on their usage. Every home has areas that aren’t used as often and with a zoned home you can adjust heating or cooling these areas that are getting less usage.

The experts at Kelley Mechanical in Lexington have many options to help you take complete control of your home’s comfort. Wherever you are in the process, from installing a new system to retrofitting an existing system, our team will guide you through the process. We are always available to answer any of your home comfort questions, just give us a call at 859-209-3003.

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