Zoning HVAC Systems in Eagan
Zoning HVAC in your Eagan home isn’t as simple as closing the air vents in rooms that you aren’t using. Closed air vents create tremendous amounts of air pressure in your ductwork. Although a closed air vent will prevent heated or cooled air from entering the respective area, it will also drive your energy bill up and subject your air conditioner or heater to unnecessary wear.
A professionally designed, multi-zone HVAC system includes special dampers and bypass ducts that redirect conditioned air without increasing air pressure inside of HVAC ducting. Bypass dampers release excess pressure as needed so that your HVAC equipment can continue providing optimum levels of efficiency and performance. When zoning systems, we start by assessing the layouts of buildings, gauging the tightness of home envelopes, and creating zones according to household sizes, life habits, and normal indoor activities, and other factors.