HVAC Zoning Systems


Zoning

Zoning

For applications from two zones to 32 zones, and for products from panels to dampers to complete system kits, Columbus/Worthington Air can be your single-source solution. We offer many product combinations from top of the line manufacturers. Call CWA to schedule an appointment with one of our trusted service professionals for all of your zoning needs.

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Does HVAC Zoning Work Well in Ohio Homes?

In Ohio, you can count on the summers to be sweltering and the winter chill to nip at you every time you set foot outside the door. With a zoned HVAC system, you can keep the temperature extremes at bay. Zone heating and cooling allows you to tailor the temperatures throughout your home, with plenty of additional benefits.

How Does HVAC Zoning Work?

An HVAC zoning system involves a number of thermostats, air handlers, and other components that combine into a seamless network of zones. HVAC systems with ductwork rely on dampers to control how central air or heating go to each zone in the home. A ductless system uses individual air handlers in each zone to provide custom heating and cooling.

Consider that there may be inconsistent temperatures throughout your home. For example, a second-floor bedroom may be naturally warmer than an expansive entryway. A multi-zone HVAC system can revolutionize your comfort. With an HVAC zone control system, you don’t have to worry about balancing temperatures between the location of the thermostat and the other parts of your home. If your second floor feels too warm in the summer, a zoned HVAC system can create different settings to maintain comfort throughout.

At Columbus Worthington Air, our company proudly provides zone control HVAC service to Ohio homeowners.

Six Benefits of Zone Heating and Cooling

1. Consistent Temperatures

If you have hot or cold spots in your home, zoned HVAC offers a convenient solution. You can avoid the discomfort and annoyance by creating settings in each zone that provide consistent comfort throughout the home.

2. Better Comfort in Every Room

Some parts of your home need more heat than others. Create a zone for your kitchen that helps you minimize excessive heat while you cook or bake, or build the perfect zone for cool sleeping in the bedrooms.

3. Lower Energy Consumption

Homes with inconsistent heating and cooling often waste energy by failing to balance the temperature. With a zoning system, you can target energy use to the areas that need it most, lowering your energy consumption for the rest of the home.

4. Year-Round Versatility

Once your home has a number of zones, you can continue to customize those zones throughout the year. In summer, you can shift the energy use away from sunrooms and basements, so you can target the best cooling for the second floor and other areas that absorb more heat.

5. Remote Operation

Enjoying custom cooling in each zone doesn’t mean you have to move to that zone to change settings. Modern options allow you to create and manage settings from your smartphone, even from a remote location.

6. Longer-Lasting HVAC Equipment

All these benefits add up to a shorter workload and a longer lifespan for your HVAC system. When you don’t have to crank up the heat or cooling to keep your entire home comfortable at the same time, you create less stress on your system.

Invest in Your Comfort Today!

Before you start planning your perfect home zoning system, you should consult a specialist at Columbus Worthington Air. Our technicians can evaluate your existing system and recommend a zoning system that might work for your home. Our contractors can also make sure that your system works according to specification, with expert installation that helps you avoid problems that could hurt your HVAC. To learn more about your options, contact us today!