We’re in the last few weeks of winter, and while it’s still pretty cold here in Draper, UT, warmer temperatures will be here before you know it. That means you’ll be dusting off your air conditioner to keep your home cool. And while the system itself may be in great shape, you might want to consider investing in an upgrade to it in order to help it out. An upgrade isn’t the same as a replacement: it’s simply an added feature or component that can be installed in your existing system to help it function more efficiently. We’ve listed a few of them below to give you some idea of what we’re talking about.
Zone Control Systems
If you have a centralized air conditioner and a large house, a zone control system gives you a greater degree of control over when and how you cool your home. It’s basically a series of valves that can individually adjust the temperature in each room or section of your home, allowing you to turn off the conditioned air in parts of the home you aren’t using. That can save you a great deal of money in monthly bills, as well as letting you set the temperature to different levels in different rooms.
If your thermostat is more than a decade old, you might want to consider replacing it simply to gain some of the new features that are available these days. For instance, look into smart thermostats that automatically adjust the temperature to match your specific needs, or remote control apps that let you program your thermostat automatically from anywhere in the world. It gives you a greater degree of control over your system, as well as eliminating gaffes like forgetting to turn off the AC when you go on vacation.
Call At Your Service today to discuss installing an upgrade to your system!