Home Zoning Tips to Keep Your Second Floor Cooler This Spring

blog image

Home zoning is a great way to keep your second-floor cooler this spring. It’s easier than you might think. Take a look at how zoning works and how it can make your home more comfortable when the hot weather hits.

What is Zoning?

Zoning is a way to break your home into areas or zones. Each zone gets its own thermostat to control the temperature. A central control system connects these thermostats. You can set up the zones run to use different heating and cooling systems or by using dampers in your current ducts to control the airflow.

How Can Zoning Help Keep My House Cool?

Zoning allows you to set a different temperature for each zone in your home. For example, if the front of your home faces north and has shade from a big tree, it’s going to stay cool. You won’t need as much AC at the front as you would at the back, which is south facing. You can set those zones differently, so each is a consistent temperature, and each adjusts for how warm or cool they get during the day.

If your second floor gets scorching hot on those sunny spring days, zoning can come to the rescue. By setting your second floor up with its own thermostat and zoning, you can control the temperature upstairs without affecting the comfort level downstairs.

Does your second floor get hot while your main floor gets cold? Zoning could be the solution. For more information and to get a free quote, contact the staff at Wilson’s Refrigeration and Air today.

Wilsons Refrigeration and Air

Have used Wilson's for a year now and we receive excellent and fast service from them.

Diane Ellis