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Should You Go with Zone System for Your HVAC

If you are tired of having an imbalance in temperatures in your home or office building, you may be suffering from inadequate cooling options, with a solution option of zoning for your HVAC system. If during the summer months, it seems some rooms never cool off, or in the winter it seems some rooms never warm up while others do, you may need to consider zone systems for your residential or commercial cooling needs.

To determine if you should seriously consider changing your current ac system and retrofit a zone system or to have a new installation all together, consider the following:

1.       Some areas get hotter or colder than others

2.       Do you have multiple floors in your floor plan

3.       Do you have vaulted ceilings

4.       Do any of your rooms have floor to ceiling windows

5.       Do some rooms get little to no use

6.       Does a part of your structure lay over a basement

7.       Do certain users have different temperature needs than the rest

If you answered yes to two or more of the above questions, you should consider contacting Expert Air, your local HVAC contractor, to determine if a zone system is advised for your home or office. Ideally, you can expect to spend around $2,500 - $3,500 if the zone system is installed at the beginning, whereas if you are installing only part of the overall HVAC system, you can anticipate higher costs.  To get an accurate estimate, contact Expert Air for your onsite evaluation.


 The main factors to evaluate when considering zoning for your HVAC system include:


·         Comfort

o   Improved comfort is the main goal for HVAC zone system

o   Eliminate hot or cold spots, regardless of ac system running

o   For those who prefer it cold, get it, while those who like it a little warmer, get it too

·         Save Money

o   Conserve energy and lower your monthly utility bill

o   Specifying the area for cooling/warming instead of a whole home/building means no wasted energy

·         Control

o   The ability to choose individual sections for specific temperatures. Takes comfort, energy savings, and overall control into consideration

Whether you are focusing on one, two, or all three factors for benefits of HVAC zoning, the professionals at Expert Air are trained and efficient in evaluation, installation, or repair.  Let the knowledge of all the pros and cons of zone systems be at your fingertips, when you work with the HVAC certified technicians at Expert Air.

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Importance of Attic Ventilation

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Summer heat gives a beating to all things under the sun rays.  Advancements in technology continue to create and improve measures to help alleviate the pressures of the intensity of summer heat.  A properly ventilated attic keeps the attic cooler, which equates to a cooler home.  Your cool and comfortable home means you can be relieved from the heat inside your house.


Expert Air has decades of experience in attic ventilation and attic insulation, so trust our certified and professional technicians to get the job done right from the start.  You will feel the difference right away.  Whether aiming for attic ventilation for a new home build or as a repair years later, Expert Air technicians will ensure you get the best type of attic ventilation for your home.


Types of Attic Ventilation, with 5 common types, each has its own set of pros and cons.


1.       Static Vent- moving parts means it will fail over time and use.  Also only offers ventilation in the immediate area.

2.       Ridge Vent – Best bang for your buck, you get the most ventilation for the amount of money spent

3.       Gable Vent – Specific design placement of vents may have ineffective results

4.       Power Fan – Constant and increased utility bill as it’s run by electricity.  Allows for constant use for consistent moisture alleviation

5.       Turbine Vent – Wind powers this vent, which equates to lower utility bills, but higher chance for ineffectiveness if the wind is not blowing


Attic ventilation is important all-year round, from keeping warm temperatures inside during the cool winter months as well as ensuring proper exhalation of accumulated moisture during the hot summer days. When inadequate insulation and improper installation causes issues with attic installation and/or ventilation, then the consequences can be detrimental to your roof or worse, the foundation of your home.  Don’t risk poorly installed insulation, get your attic ventilation done right with Expert Air.

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