Temperature Control in Dallas, Plano & Frisco

You wouldn’t control all of the lights in your home with just one switch. Why control the temperature throughout your home with just one thermostat? Different areas of the home have different temperature needs, as do individual family members. Temperature zoning allows you to control the temperature in each individual room providing your family with total comfort and energy savings.

What Zoned Temperature Control Is and Why You Need It

The only place where the temperature matches the thermostat exactly, is at the thermostat. Heat rises, leaving your first floor cool and the second floor hot. Cool air can settle into your basement, while windows to the south soak up the sun and harsh winds cool the northern side of the house. When you add some of today’s most desired home design features, the problem only gets worse.

With solutions such as forced air zoning, hydronic heating, thermostats with precise temperature control and more, you’ll say goodbye to hot and cold spots and hello to comfort.

Forced air zoning systems work by having dampers installed in your ductwork that open and close as needed based on each zone’s thermostat settings. When a zone doesn’t need to be heated or cooled, the dampers close to save energy and maximize comfort elsewhere.

Hydronic zoning systems or radiant heating use hot water and steam instead of air. Heating with water can increase your comfort level because it is less dry than a standard forced-air heating system. A modern hydronic heating system can use traditional cast iron radiators, low profile baseboard radiators, or the increasingly popular, and invisible, radiant in-floor heating. Hydronic systems are easily divided into zones for perfect comfort and the most efficient use of energy.

Expecting one thermostat in a single room to control temperature variations throughout your home is asking the impossible. Advanced Home Comfort Temperature Zoning solves the problem of inconsistent, uncomfortable temperatures by placing a thermostat in up to four separate areas (zones) of your home.

Consider Getting Temperature Zoning If You Have:

  • Family lifestyles that different temperatures in different areas of the home.
  • Heating and cooling temperature patterns vary at different times of the day.

Your Home Has:

  • A portion of the room built over a concrete slab floor
  • An atrium or a solarium
  • A room or rooms with expansive glass areas
  • A room off the back, or a room over the garage
  • A rambling floor plan
  • Finished rooms in the attic, or basement
  • Large, open areas such as vaulted ceilings or lofts
  • More than one level.
  • Wings extending off of the main living area

Contact Advanced Home Comfort for Temperature Control

Here at Advanced Home Comfort, we believe that you don’t need to pay much for premium comfort and service. If you’re located in DFW or surrounding areas, contact Advanced Home Comfort or call us today at (972) 996-2511.

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