12 Rules of Thumb for Zoning Installations

HVAC technologies have come a long way in recent years. This positive change has mostly been driven to meet the demands of a savvier, more efficiency-hungry, comfort-craving homeowner. Now, contractors must look beyond the HVAC equipment itself when trying to satisfy this customer.

Zoning is a solution that is winning new install business for contractors across the country. Zoning goes beyond the traditional stop-start operation of forced air heating and cooling to provide targeted, efficient air supply in a home when and where it is needed most. But not just that, zoning helps keep utility costs in check because it doesn’t “waste energy” by trying to heat and cool the entire home to one temperature set point. Zoning targets areas of the home and allows for varying temperatures. To put it simply, air is supplied at the desired temperature when and where it is called for.

When installed properly, zoning can provide the ultimate comfort system. But, zoning does have to follow certain rules to deliver what is promised when installed. The following 12 Technical Rules of Thumb for Installation of Zoning provides those guidelines for best practices of a zoning installation.

Zoning Systems Best Practices

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For a look at iO zoning systems from one to 12+ zones, visit https://jacksonsystems.com/category/zoning.html.

Updated: February 8, 2019 — 9:46 am

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