While HVAC zoning offers many cost-savings and quality-of-life improvements, it also provides a secondary environmental benefit. By consuming less energy to reach desirable temperatures, units produce less carbon dioxide that contributes to greenhouse gases. HVAC zoning systems are energy efficient and less environmentally harmful than standard heating and cooling.
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