Contact D&M Heating and Air Conditioning for Zoning Services
If your home experiences cold or hot spots, you’ll need an HVAC zoning system to provide customized temperatures. At D&M Heating and Air Conditioning, our professional technicians use two different zone systems to help you regulate your home’s temperature so you can go about your day comfortably even during freezing Wisconsin winters. To learn more about choosing a zoning system personalized to your needs, contact us today to schedule an HVAC zoning system installation or request an estimate.
What Is an HVAC Zoning System?
An HVAC zoning system uses HVAC zoning dampers to regulate and divert air to specific areas of the home. HVAC zoning applications allow you to control the hot and cold spots in your home through motorized dampers installed into your ductwork and additional thermostats linked to a main control in the furnace. By delivering varying temperature levels to different areas of the house, HVAC zoning systems deliver precise temperature control and comfort to your home that a simple boiler, air conditioner, or air pump cannot. D&M Heating & Air Conditioning uses two zoning systems
Zone First – The first company that has successfully developed and marketed HVAC zoning systems back in the 1950s, Zone First provides a lifetime guarantee on their motorized dampers, 5-year part warranty on the control in the furnace, and 5-year part warranty on thermostats.
Carrier Infinity Zoning – Designed for Carrier Infinity furnaces, Carrier Infinity Zoning is a smart sensor that has the Infinity Smart Touch with WIFI control. All parts have a 10-year part warranty for additional protection.
Signs of HVAC Zone System Problems
The complicated systems involved in zoning installation means that occasionally, problems can arise. If you suspect that your HVAC zoning system is experiencing serious problems, such as faulty thermostats, control panel malfunctions, or tripping circuit breakers, it’s time to call in a professional HVAC service for inspection.
Is an HVAC Zoning System Right for You?
HVAC zoning is generally unnecessary for small homes, or for those located in temperate climates. However, if you live in a multi-story house, a longer ranch style home, or a home with high ceilings or large windows, then you can benefit from HVAC zoning. If you find yourself getting into arguments about the thermostat temperature, it’s another sign you need an HVAC zoning system. In addition to being comfortable, HVAC zoning also saves money. With more than 40 years of experience in the Milwaukee, WI area, the D&M team can help you determine if your home could benefit from zoning.
How Does a Zoning System Work?
An HVAC zoning system consists of a motorized damper and adjustable thermostats that are wired to a central zone control system set up in your ductwork. Each room is divided into zones that uses an individual thermostat responsible for heating or cooling its individual zone. The zoning dampers and thermostats automatically adjust the temperature in each zone according to your preference, offering enhanced comfort and optimal temperature levels to certain areas of your house. HVAC zoning systems can be added to your existing HVAC system to avoid the hassle of installing a separate system.
Advantages of a Zoned HVAC System
HVAC zoning systems are known for being energy efficient, which results in significant energy savings, with estimates of up to 30%. Less electricity also means more efficient use of energy, making your home eco-friendlier. With an HVAC zoning system, you effortlessly gain increased comfort and convenience. Gone are days of shivering at your desk because your room can’t obtain proper air flow – our smart thermostats allow you to control the temperature from the convenience of your current location.
Contact Our HVAC Zoning System Installers in Milwaukee
Contact us today to determine if zoning is the proper fit for your home. We offer a wide variety of services for both residential and commercial heating and cooling needs. In addition to our services and installations, we also specialize in indoor air quality and offer 24-hour emergency service. We understand that when your heating or air conditioning goes out, it can be more than just an inconvenience. All our installation services come with financing options so we can help make your home as comfortable as it can be.
Our trained professionals can help determine if your home could benefit from Zoning. This application is a way for you to control the hot and cold spots in your home by installing motorized dampers into your ductwork, adding on additional thermostats and a main control in the furnace.
D&M uses 2 different Zone systems
- A lifetime guarantee on their motorized dampers,
- 5 year Part warranty on the control in the furnace
- 5 year Part warranty on the thermostats.
Carrier Infinity Zoning
- For Carrier Infinity furnaces
- This product has the Infinity Smart Touch with WIFI control
- All Parts have a 10 year part warranty.
A majority of homes are 2 stories that really struggle with getting proper air flow to the 2nd floor, or even longer ranch style homes that have rooms on both ends. Let the D&M team help you in understanding if Zoning is the proper fit in your home and budget in making your home the most comfortable it can be. In addition to being comfortable, it saves you money as well.
Ask Us how today at 414-281-5350 for more information.