A central zoned system is a great way to regulate the temperature in different areas of your home.
With this type of system, you can have different temperature settings in each room or zone, which can help you save energy and reduce your utility bills.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to install a zone type system: Plan your system: The first step is to plan your zoned system. This involves deciding which areas of your home you want to control and determining how many zones you’ll need. You should also consider the size of your HVAC system and whether it can handle the additional load. Install zone dampers: The next step is to install zone dampers in your ductwork. These dampers are responsible for controlling the airflow to each zone. You’ll need to install one damper for each zone you want to control. Install thermostats: Once the dampers are in place, you’ll need to install a thermostat in each zone. These thermostats will control the temperature in their respective zones. Install a zone control panel: The next step is to install a zone control panel. This panel will connect the thermostats and dampers and allow you to control the system as a whole. You’ll need to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for wiring the panel. Test the system: Once the system is installed, you’ll need to test it to make sure it’s working properly. This involves turning on the HVAC system and adjusting the temperature settings in each zone. You should also check to make sure that the dampers are opening and closing as they should. We will talk more about this in the next article.