Many people think that zoning their system is a more efficient way to improve the comfort of their home. However, this is not usually the case. It is important to understand the differences between zoning or obtaining a separate system in order to provide superior comfort to your home.
Zoning a system often has many limitations. It often puts more wear on your system, which results in far more frequent breakdowns. The more your system breaks down, the higher your repair costs are likely to be.
Benefits of Adding a Separate System
There are many benefits of adding a separate system, rather than having your system zoned. For example, adding a separate system often serves to prevent issues and reduce repair expenses. It can also help to save money on utilities throughout the year. This is especially during particular times of the year, such as the summer. Heat rises, so the upstairs system will likely do most of the work in the summer but little of the work in the winter. Adding a separate system helps to ensure that you have far more control over the temperature regulation of your building. This can go a long way toward protecting the comfort of your home.
It is incredibly important to understand the different outcomes and expenses that are associated with either zoning your system or obtaining a separate system for your home. Our experienced team at Genuine Comfort is dedicated to providing you with the guidance necessary to make the best possible decision for your specific property. We will help to provide you with advice and appropriate information to make ideal decisions. To learn more about whether you should zone or obtain a separate system for your property, you can check out our video or consult with our team at Genuine Comfort today!