If you’re ready to customize your home’s comfort, save energy, and meet each household member’s temperature preferences, multi-split systems are a wise choice. Ductless HVAC gives you the opportunity to set up zoning in your Hanover, PA, home. Read on to learn how it works and its many benefits.
Understand How Multi-Split Systems Work
Multi-split systems for ductless HVAC allow you to set up multiple heating and cooling zones in your home for each compressor unit explains the Department of Energy. For example, the main bedroom and bathroom could be one zone, the secondary bedrooms could be another zone, your family room could be the third zone, and your living room, kitchen, and dining room could be the fourth zone. The indoor air handling units can be placed up to 50 feet away from the outdoor unit. A conduit for refrigerant and power connects the indoor units to the outdoor unit. This gives you a lot of design flexibility.
Customize Each Zone’s Temperature
Each indoor unit has its own thermostat. You can heat or cool one zone at a time or all of the zones at once. You can also set a different temperature on each zone’s thermostat. Perhaps you like your bedroom at a cool 68 degrees Fahrenheit overnight, but your family who uses the secondary bedrooms prefers a warmer temperature of 72 degrees while they sleep. You can set up the system to account for each occupant’s temperature preferences.
Enjoy the Benefits of Your new Ductless HVAC System
Ductless HVAC systems save money on utilities because you don’t have to heat or cool your entire home. If you’re not using the secondary bedrooms, you can turn off heating and cooling to that zone. No ductwork means your home could use about 30% less energy for heating and cooling.
For more information about using ductless HVAC to set up zoning in your home, take a look at Siegman Forced Air Systems, Inc.’s professional installation services, or get in touch with us today.