Consider your options for the heating and air conditioning temperature control.
If you’re looking for a more energy efficient heating and air conditioning temperature control for your home, your primary options are a zoning thermostat or a smart thermostat. Both can be helpful in aiding your HVAC’s performance. In order to make the best choice for your unique situation, consider the following features and differences of each:
If you have a specific type of home, zoning can quite easily become a “must have” to achieve energy efficiency as well as comfort. If your home has multiple stories, extra space, such as rooms above garages, as well as unique architecture, zoning helps to create different temperatures in different areas of your home.
For example, with a zoning thermostat, you can keep your kitchen cool while keeping your bedroom at a warmer temperature. Zoning’s primary feature is focusing on energy efficiency in individual rooms or areas in your home.
Smart thermostats control not only temperature, but also your HVAC energy usage. You have the ability to choose what temperature your home is going to be and at what times it is going to be at the temperature(s) you decide. You can set a temperature control schedule that suits your individual needs for your entire house and you can also change that schedule as needed. Smart thermostats primarily focus on energy efficiency through your ability to have better control over energy usage in your home as a whole.
Deciding on the right temperature control system for your home is an important decision that impacts your home’s comfort and energy efficiency. Feel free to reach out to your local HVAC professionals for advice and suggestions to meet your home’s unique climate control needs. Click this link to get in touch with our friendly professionals at Griffin Heating and Air Conditioning today to learn how to make the best choices for your heating and air conditioning.