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HVAC zone controls are devices that allow users to regulate the temperature in different areas or zones of their home or office. By using sensors and dampers, HVAC zone controls can direct conditioned air to specific areas while isolating other areas from the airflow.
This allows for more targeted temperature control which can lead to energy savings as well as improved comfort levels. In homes, for example, HVAC zone controls can be used to keep the living room and kitchen at a comfortable temperature during the day while cooling down the bedrooms at night.
Similarly, in office settings, HVAC zone controls can be used to maintain different temperatures in different parts of the building depending on occupancy levels and time of day. For example, conference rooms and training areas may need to be kept cooler during the day when they’re being used by large groups of people, while private offices can be kept warmer since they’re typically only occupied by one or two people.
In terms of installation, HVAC zone controls require some additional wiring and ductwork compared to traditional heating and cooling systems. However, many homeowners and business owners find that the benefits of targeted temperature control are well worth the extra effort required for installation.