An HVAC system with zoning can control different areas or zones in your La Quinta, California, home independently. With many systems, you can turn off the AC in one part of your house and keep the air conditioning on in the others. Zoning is easy to install, it provides lots of information, and it increases the value of your home.

Easy Installation

Many ductless or mini-split HVAC systems have two or more indoor air handlers. They’re connected by a small conduit for refrigerant instead of ductwork, and they are installed on walls or ceilings. You won’t need storage space for a larger conventional indoor air handler, and you won’t have to get ductwork installed. This makes it ideal for new additions and renovations. If your home already has ductwork, professionals like the ones at All Knight Heating & Air Conditioning will seal your air registers to keep pests or contaminants like dust or pet dander from getting into your unused ducts.

Lots of Information

Many zoning systems are connected to a programmable or smart thermostat for convenient control. These devices monitor humidity and indoor air quality along with temperatures. Some programmable thermostats even keep track of your home’s power consumption. Then, they let you know when your system needs maintenance or repairs.

A More Valuable Home

A home with zoning is often more comfortable than a similar place with a conventional HVAC system. You can also save energy by not heating or cooling empty rooms. With a programmable thermostat, you can choose settings that fit your family’s schedules and lower your utility bills automatically. All these convenient features will help when it’s time to sell your house.

All Knight Heating & Air Conditioning is a Trane Comfort Specialist with decades of HVAC experience. We can help you find the best zoning and home automation system for yourself and your family. Call us anytime at (760) 772-4947 for outstanding, friendly service and VIP treatment from our experts.

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