Temperature Zoning In Your Hilton Head Home
Many people live with both hot and cold spots in their Hilton Head homes, and most of them tend to think that it is something to which they must adjust. This is not the case at all. These hot and cold spots are brought about by the heating and air system trying to heat or cool the entire house all at once. This is where a system called thermostat zoning comes into play, but how does it work?
In simplest terms, Hilton Head thermostat zoning breaks down a home into areas with similar heating and cooling requirements. It effectively eliminates those hot and cold spots in an energy-efficient manner by regulating the temperature within each zone or room of the home. No longer is the heating and air system trying to heat or cool every room at the same time, which is seldom effective.
The way that the system works is fairly simple. A zoning panel is set up that functions as the heart of the home's heating and air system, and an individual thermostat is placed in each room or zone of the home. The thermostats relay the setting information to the zoning panel, and the panel itself opens and closes ducts within the heating and air system of the home to give precise temperature control in each zone.