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Zone Control Systems and Service in Santa Fe, NM
A zone control system is an ingenious upgrade to your existing centralized HVAC system that can improve its functioning and save you money in the bargain. Large homes often suffer from a lack of fine control over their indoor temperature, and heating or cooling the entire house at once doesn’t always make a lot of sense. A zone control system corrects all of that, allowing you to adjust the temperature separately in each room of your home or even turn off the air in parts of the house you aren’t using.
Here in Santa Fe, NM, the experts at Glorieta Creek Mechanical LLC have all the answers for installing and repairing zone control systems. Our trained staff is happy to explain your options to you, then conduct the installation with the professionalism and care you’ve come to expect. Look us up to get the process started. We’ll explain your options to you and make sure everything is done the right way from the start!
What is a Zone Control System?
A zone control system is actually fairly simple in concept, working in conjunction with the existing ducts in your centralized HVAC system. A technician from Glorieta Creek Mechanical LLC installs a series of valves and shutters at the various junctions in your ducts. Each shutter has its own thermostat and control panel, allowing you to open and close it individually, separate from the other shutters in the system. As a result, the temperature in each room or section of your house can be individually tailored to suit your specifications, allowing you to raise or lower the temperature in each room without affecting the rest of the house!
How Does That Benefit Me?
The most obvious benefits of a zone control system are the precise control it offers, which can be an advantage in our warm Santa Fe summers as well as our freezing cold winters. If you’re working in the kitchen, for instance, and want to lower the temperature to account for a hot oven, you can do so without turning the rest of the home into an icebox. By extension, a zone control system lets you turn the heat or AC off in parts of the home you aren’t using, while still running it in parts of the home you are in.
We Can Handle All Aspects of Zone Control System Service
Installing a zone control system here in Santa Fe makes a lot of sense because you won’t have to get rid of your current heating and cooling system to do so. On the contrary, the right technician can set it up to work in conjunction with your existing system, as well as making sure that it works as it should every time you need it to. That means quality installation as well as timely repairs, giving you a helping hand when you need it and making sure you can make the most of your investment. Reach out to us today, and let us spell out your options for you.