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Even the best zone control systems can develop problems.

When that happens, we’ll save the day with expert repairs.

We’re known for fixing HVAC problems others couldn’t.

Whether you use a ductless split or an upgraded forced-air system to get zone control comfort, you can count on us for expert diagnostics and repairs. Plus, we’re confident you’ll appreciate our responsive service and fair pricing. After all, we want you back in your comfort zone ASAP.

Forced-air zone control systems: repairing vs. replacing

As the components of your zone control system age and repair bills rise, you might wonder if you’re better off getting a new system than continuing to repair the old one. We can help you decide.

We’ll come out and give you an honest assessment. If repairing it is still cost-effective, we will tell you so. If you’re better off with a replacement, we’ll:

  • Go over the equipment and pricing options that work best for you
  • Answer all your questions so you can make the right decision on system selection
  • Expertly install it for optimal performance and long-lasting comfort

Offering guidance you can trust is one of the ways we keep you in your comfort zone.


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Whatever brand and type of heating and cooling equipment you have, you can count on us for service done right.

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Twelve years is a long time.

And that’s how long the warranty is on Daikin equipment. Then, we offer our own Comfort Zone warranty on labor, which can also be as long as 12 years.

Daikin, a global leader in indoor comfort, has one of the best warranties in the industry. Because Comfort Zone is a certified Daikin Comfort Pro, our customers get to take advantage of this exceptionally long warranty and enjoy the extra peace of mind that comes with Daikin indoor comfort systems.

Contact us for more information on equipment and labor warranties.


Zone Control Repair FAQ

Are there any simple repairs that I can do on my zone control system?

It’s never a good idea for homeowners to try to repair their HVAC systems, especially one as complex as a zoned system. You could harm the equipment and yourself. But there are things you can and should do to help keep it in good condition and running smoothly.

These include changing the air filter every 4 to 6 weeks; keeping vents, return registers, and condenser units free of anything that obstructs airflow; and scheduling preventive maintenance for the cooling season once a year and for the heating season once a year. These simple things go a long way in preventing many problems and avoidable repairs.

I’m considering adding zone control to my current forced-air system. Are there common problems I should be aware of regarding the upgrade components?

The key components involved in the upgrade include a main control panel, motorized dampers that are installed in the ducts, and thermostats for the various zones. None of the components is especially prone to problems when they are of good quality and installed properly.

We can’t overstate the importance of using an HVAC company that is highly qualified and experienced in doing this type of installation. Subpar installation can typically result in stuck dampers and malfunctions in the thermostats and control panel. The fixes can range from minor to complex and very expensive, so, again, if a problem does arise, it should be diagnosed and repaired only by an experienced HVAC tech.

One of my zones isn’t cooling even though the thermostat is set to the right temperature. What could cause this?

It’s best to start with the simplest explanations, which in this case would be either a stuck damper or a problem with the sensor in the thermostat. While the air conditioner is running, you can check the airflow coming out of the vents in the problem zone. If there’s no or faint airflow, this suggests a stuck damper. If the airflow feels normal but not cool enough, it may be that the sensor isn’t registering the difference in air temperature and the thermostat setting. This information is helpful when you call to arrange for repairs.