I have a small home, do I really need a multi-zone solution?
July 22, 2020Back to All Articles
A multi-zone solution/system has the ability to split up rooms in your space and manage each space’s temperature independently through a thermostat and a remote controller. For example, you could set your kitchen to 21 degrees and one bedroom to 18 degrees, but in a room that is never used (e.g. a guest bedroom or a room yet to be decorated) you can switch the air conditioning off completely.
The Primary Advantage of a Multi-Zone Solution
The primary advantage of a multi-zone solution is the ability you will have to be economically smart with energy levels in your home, as only areas that need to be cooled will be targeted by the system rather than the whole space that the traditional single-zone system would provide. Despite an initial larger cost for this system, you can save money with a multi-zone solution as the system is not using as much power, but the same amount of efficiency as a single-zone solution remains.
Additional Benefits of a Multi-Zone Solution
A multi-zone solution gets its maximum worth if your home has two or more levels and is an older house. It can definitely be worthwhile to get even if you have a smaller house, as it will allow you to save more money by only using the most energy that you need. Additionally, a multi-zone solution is more beneficial for the environment, as the efficiency is significantly higher than a traditional system therefore there are fewer pollutants dissolving into the air. If you own a small house and you like to make environmentally friendly decisions – then a multi-zone solution is the answer! Multi-zone solutions are great for the energy-saving and environment regardless of the size of your home. Get in touch with us today to discuss the best solution for your home.