A dual-zone system is one heating element and/or AC coil serving two separate ductwork segments. A dual-unit system will have two separate single-zone HVAC units each controlling one area in the building. If you are on the fence about purchasing a dual AC unit or zoning system for your office, consider the following:
1. Do some areas of your office get hotter or colder than others?
2. Does your office have multiple stories?
3. Does your office have vaulted ceilings?
4. Do you have any rooms with floor to ceiling windows?
5. Does a portion of your office lay over a basement?
6. Is your office connected to a warehouse?
If you answered yes to two or more of these questions, then you may want to contact a Reese Services technician to install a dual zone system to your air conditioner.
The installation is an easy process. It can be added to a new or an existing air conditioning system. The great thing about a dual zone system is that it relies on motorized dampeners in the ductwork which close partially or fully to redirect air flow through different areas called “zones.” This method of HVAC control can save significant amounts of money on your energy bill, particularly if you have areas that are used less often and require less air conditioning or heating. This is great for saving costs on utility bills. Customers who have installed dual zone HVAC systems have reported close to a 30% decrease in energy costs.
A dual AC unit may also be an option. A dual-unit system will have two separate single-zone HVAC units each controlling one area of the building. The first floor can be cooled during the daytime and turned off at night. In this situation, separate central air-conditioning units can result in significant energy savings.
Contact Reese Services to install a dual AC unit or zoning system for your office. Our technicians can help you with all of your air conditioning and HVAC needs. Reese Services offers a variety of Bryant AC units. Contact us today for a quote today.