At Miller Climate Control, we pride ourselves on providing exceptional customer service and building customer relationships. Our customers are our neighbors, and that means that we will do everything we can to help you ensure that your home is cooled and heated as efficiently as possible. And if there is any drawback to using a central air conditioner and heating system, it’s the inability to have total control over which rooms receive conditioned air, and which don’t.
The solution to this is the professional installation of a zone control system in Georgetown, Cedar Park, & Round Rock, TX. Contact our experts and learn about how we can help you save money throughout the year, and provide your household with the numerous advantages that come along with zone heating and cooling. Give us a call to schedule zone control services in Georgetown, Cedar Park, & Round Rock, TX.
Creating different temperature areas—zones—throughout your Georgetown, Cedar Park, & Round Rock, TX home requires dividing up the ventilation network that runs through your walls and ceilings to distribute air from your cooling and heating systems. Our technicians place a set of dampers inside your air ducts, and these are capable of sealing off sections of the ducts. The dampers regulate airflow through different sections of the ductwork.
To control the dampers for each zone, they are wired into the same control panel as corresponding thermostats. This enables someone in a specific zone to have direct access to how the area is heated or cooled. These local thermostats allow you to control conditions throughout the home.
It’s important to realize that shutting a vent in a room is not enough to create the effect that zone control heating and cooling does. In fact, this actually just creates more strain on your system and can lead to a premature system breakdown. Instead, you can waste far less energy by investing in a zone control system. These systems tend to be most beneficial for larger Georgetown, Cedar Park, & Round Rock, TX homes, multi–level houses, or homes that have frequently empty rooms (like a guest room).
There are a number of other benefits to zone air conditioning and zone heating too. For instance, this amount of control gives each member of your household the ability to create personalized comfort by operating local thermostats. You can also heat and cool rooms to match their specific use—such as more cooling in the kitchen or zone heating in an infant’s room.
You can rely on our experienced and trustworthy staff for an excellent installation of your zone heating and cooling system in Georgetown, Cedar Park, & Round Rock, TX. But at some point, your zone control system may need repairs, which we are more than happy to help you with.
Should you notice that there is a zone in your home that’s not receiving heating or cooling, or the controls aren’t responding, all you need to do is give us a call, and we’ll have our technicians take a look to determine if a repair is necessary or if it may make more sense to replace part or all of your zone control system. Contact us today to request an estimate on zone control services in Georgetown, Cedar Park, & Round Rock, TX.