If you’re looking for a way to control your temperature this spring and beyond, upgrading to a zoning system could be the perfect solution.

No longer encumbered by the limitations of traditional heating and cooling setups, your comfort level will never be sacrificed again. Plus, upgrading to a zoning system will save both energy usage and associated costs in your Omaha or Council Bluffs area home.

How a zoning system works

Many years ago, the creation of a central cooling and heating system that distributed air throughout your home by way of a series of ducts was a triumphant breakthrough. It decreased the need for fireplaces, swamp coolers and other such appliances.

As great as this is, zoning systems represent a step forward from this “advanced” setup. These systems allow you to split your home into a series of “zones,” dividing up areas or entire rooms. Each zone has its own thermostat, all of which are controlled from a central unit. When a certain zone is too warm or too cold, simply turn the temperature up or down to achieve the desired temperature in that area while leaving the remaining areas as is.

The perfect comfort and energy-saving system

Being able to control separate areas of your home means that you can make individual adjustments to improve the comfort level of each room instead of trying to heat or cool your entire house at once. So if your children like their room to be a little cooler, or your bedroom is upstairs where it’s warmer, you can now have full control over those areas. No longer must a family member suffer due to their location or personal comfort level. And by cooling or heating individual areas, you’ll use less energy to maintain the desired level of comfort, which means your utility bills will be lower.

Are you upgrading to a zoning system and need more expert assistance? Do you have other questions concerning home comfort? Whatever your needs, be sure to contact the incredible HVAC professionals at Fred’s Heating & Air. We’ve been serving the heating and cooling needs of the Omaha and Council Bluffs area for 25 years.