Is Zoning the Right Solution for You?
- Are different people comfortable at different temperatures?
- Do you have internal areas of your home or office that tend to overheat or over cool?
- Are any rooms used for special purposes such as a home office or exercise room?
- Do you have problems with temperatures varying from one floor of your building to another?
- Are any rooms seldom used such as a formal dining room or guest bedroom?
- Do you have any rooms that have unique cooling and heating requirements such as a sunroom, basement or server room?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you should consider a zoning system.
Solve the “too hot” and “too cold” problems. Imagine if every time you turned on a light switch, every electrical device in your home came on. That would be crazy! Now you can zone your heating and cooling so that you don’t have to heat or cool your entire home when you don’t need to. Zoning is simply a way of dividing a building into areas with similar cooling and heating needs. You can have the same flexibility with your temperature as you do with your lighting, by independently controlling different areas of your hbuilding according to their needs and occupancy.
Customizing zones for your home
S&J Jamrog zoning system is specially designed to allow your entire family or employees to be comfortable, regardless of where they are in your home or office. Now you can divide your ductwork into specific zones that can be controlled independently, whether heating or cooling. The possibilities are endless and the results are very comforting.
Take Control of Your Comfort Today!
Top 10 heating & cooling problems solved with a S&J Jamrog zoning system:
1. Comfort problems between different floors/offices
2. Comfort problems in finished basements
3. Comfort problems in home additions
4. Comfort problems in added sun rooms
5. Comfort problems in rooms with cathedral ceilings
6. Comfort problems in internal areas that tend to overheat or over cool
7. Comfort problems due to uncontrollable elements like wind or "sun heat" generated in rooms with large amounts of glass
8. Comfort problems in bedrooms located at the far end of larger ranch style homes
9. Comfort problems in popular "bonus" rooms located over garages
10. Comfort problems caused by rogue elements like fireplaces, excessive track lighting, spas or heat producing equipment