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Do certain rooms in your house or condo feel too

“hot to handle” sometimes?

Let Estes Heating & Air Conditioning help you set the temperature for each room by configuring “zones” for your thermostat, where the Zone Control System does the work for you!

There are many factors that can actually affect indoor temperatures to the point of discomfort.

Zone control systems use thermostats connected to a central control panel that opens and shuts dampers distributing throughout your ductwork, which blocks hot or cold air. 

A “Zone Control System” can be anything you design it to be: an entire floor of your house, a group of rooms, or just one room.

Zoning can help with common household issues through the thermostats in each zone to independently adjust to the desired Florida comfort cooling or heating! 

Zone control systems help house owners  control the temperature in each room in the house with only a single zone unitary HVAC equipment. The zone control system warms or cools the rooms used the most. 

Zone Control Systems work in unison with thermostat’s in order to provide only the necessary heating or cooling energy each room in your home needs at the time. The best part is that zone control systems make the most efficient use of the HVAC system.

Zone control systems use thermostats connected to a central control panel that opens and shuts dampers distributing throughout your ductwork, which blocks hot or cold air. 

Set the temperature for each zone by each thermostat, and the zone control system does the rest of the work.  Many factors affect the indoor temperature. Zoning solves these problems by allowing each zone’s thermostat to individually adjust to the desired heating or cooling level.

Zone control systems use thermostats connected to a central control panel that opens and shuts dampers distributing throughout your ductwork, which blocks hot or cold air. 

Set the temperature for each zone by each thermostat, and the zone control system does the rest of the work.  Many factors affect the indoor temperature. Zoning solves these problems by allowing each zone’s thermostat to individually adjust to the desired heating or cooling level.

Zone control systems help house owners  control the temperature in each room in the house with only a single zone unitary HVAC equipment. The zone control system warms or cools the rooms used the most. 

Zone Control Systems work in unison with thermostat’s in order to provide only the necessary heating or cooling energy each room in your home needs at the time. The best part is that zone control systems make the most efficient use of the HVAC system.

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