Zone Control Systems in Broomfield, Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, and the Surrounding Area
The most popular form of climate control in the country is a centralized, forced air system. These systems are used for a variety of reasons. They’re affordable, versatile, and can heat or cool an entire home relatively easily. However, they are not perfect systems. Centralized forced air systems have a number of issues related to energy efficiency and comfort in certain conditions.
Fortunately, there’s a way to address those issues. Cooper Heating & Cooling offers a full range of zone control system services throughout the Front Range. If you need a zone control system installed or serviced, call today to schedule an appointment with one of our expert technicians. We’ll make sure you get the perfect zone heating and cooling solution for your home.
How Do Zone Control Systems Work?
A zone control system is designed to give you a greater level of control over which part of your home receives heating and cooling. It does this through the installation of dampers throughout your home’s ducts, splitting them into different zones. Each damper can open and close to direct the flow of air through the ducts.
A thermostat is installed in each zone and is connected to both the climate control system and the dampers. When one of these thermostats detects a need for heating or air conditioning, it opens the appropriate dampers and activates the climate control system.
Zone Control Installation & Replacement in the Broomfield Area
The main issue with centralized forced air systems is that they only have two modes: on and off. When you turn on one of these systems, it will distribute the same amount of output to the entire home. Because of differences in sunlight exposure, insulation, and other factors between rooms, there are many that have different output requirements from the rest of the house. Applying the same amount of output to the entire house has the potential of creating hot and cold spots. It also wastes a lot of energy on empty rooms, which don’t need climate control at all.
Zone heating and air conditioning solve this problem by dictating the amount of output you can direct to each part of the house. This makes your climate control systems more energy efficient, and your home more comfortable.
We Install and Service Zone Control Systems
Installing a zone control system is a job for a professional technician. The dampers need to be installed, the thermostats set up, and even the ducts themselves will often need to be altered. This is not a project that you can do on your own. You need to find the best possible contractor to handle your zone control installation, so call Cooper Heating & Cooling, Inc.
We offer a full range of zone control installation services throughout Denver, CO, and Colorado Springs, Co. No matter what your zone control needs are, we can take care of them for you. We’ll make sure that you get all the zone control solutions for your needs.