ROOM TO ROOM COMFORT

Zone Heating – Zone Cooling

JUST THE FACTS…

According to an American Home Comfort Study (AHCS), 67% of homes in the US have a room that’s too hot in the summer or too cold in the winter. This is the problem with traditional ducted systems. Thinking about GOING DUCTLESS? Problem solved. How? A ductless mini split system can support up to 8 indoor heads, which can be used to create zones within your home. Each zone can be independently controlled and programmed for the ultimate in home comfort. Zone heating and cooling is the answer!

TOUCHDOWN, DUCTLESS END ZONE

A zoned heating and cooling system allows greater control over home heat distribution. You can turn up the heat wherever you need it, when you need it – resulting in significant savings on your utility bills. Need some convincing? Read on to learn more about the benefits of zoned heating and cooling…

COMFORT and CONTROL

The Ductless Multi-zone Mini Split Air Conditioners allow you to enjoy ideal levels of comfort in the rooms you use most. Each room (zone) operates independently with it’s own wireless/wired remote control. People in different rooms – the kitchen, master bedroom, or living room – can enjoy temperature settings that make each room most comfortable. Plus you have the option of NOT heating or cooling rooms that are not being used. Genius! A ductless system can accommodate up to 8 indoor heads allowing you to create zones of the home that can be heated or cooled independent of other area of the house. And it looks cool! The condensing unit lives outside and connects to an air handler inside…with comfort and style in mind.

CONVENTIONAL IS COSTLY

The biggest perk when you choose DUCTLESS over a conventional system? Cost savings! You don’t have to install new ductwork or tear up surfaces. The air handler simply gets mounted where it’s convenient and gets connected with a line set. It’s an easy and efficient add on.

BY THE NUMBERS

The most efficient ratings for a conventional system is 18 SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) while a ductless has superb ratings of up to 26 SEER. Why heat and cool rooms you don’t need? GO DUCTLESS and SAVE BIG!

JUST ASK THE EXPERTS

“The advantage of a properly zoned home is cost savings and greater control and comfort throughout the home.” Daniel O’Brian, Technical Expert SupplyHouse.com. You may have unoccupied or rarely used space in your home that don’t need to be heated. Additionally you may have some rooms that get hotter or colder depending on circumstances. Zonal heating is a great solution because you can adjust the need for each zone. Zonal heating offers great flexibility to the home owner because it allows you to decide how to heat and cool each room or zone of your home. One example for zoned heating could be to treat the main floor of a house as one heating zone and the upstairs bedroom area as a separate heating zone. This allows heat to be directed to the main floor during the daytime and to the upstairs bedrooms at night. Zoning the heating system can save homeowners up to 30 percent on a typical heating and cooling bill, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Because heating and cooling accounts for more than 40 percent of an average household’s utility costs, the savings from a zoned system can really add up. Zonal Heating and Cooling Is Easy With Ductless Traditionally, adding a zoned heating system to an existing home is a fairly complex project; however with a ductless system it is much more straightforward and easy, making it a true no brainer. Find out how you can have more comfort and more control in your home, while enjoying all the perks of a ductless system. Find Out More About Zoned Heating And Cooling.