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04/27/2017
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04/27/2017
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03/24/2017
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Every home, condominium and townhouse has one. It’s impossible to control. The only thing that is predictable about it is its unpredictability. It feels like it costs more than it’s worth. Most homeowners ban their family members from going near it six months out of the year. What is it? The single room that, no matter how hard you wish, hope and try, is always 10 degrees hotter or 10 degrees colder than the rest of the home.

Are You Able to Use Every Single Room in Your Home?

These “hot spots” and “cold spots” can be extremely frustrating for homeowners. Window air conditioners and space heaters can help, but they also cost a lot of money to operate. As a result, most homeowners shut up those rooms in the heat of summer and cold of winter. Closing off access to a den, rec room or even a bedroom is impractical. It reduces living space and can cause frustration among family members. Thankfully, homeowners need not suffer any longer. Ductless systems can be used to control the temperature of a single room, improving comfort and reducing energy costs. These ductless cooling and heating systems have two main components: an indoor unit that is mounted either on a wall or ceiling and an outdoor unit that houses the condenser. The two components are connected by a small conduit rather than ductwork, and offer cooling and heating in one system, which makes these units easier to install and far more efficient than window ACs or space heaters. Single-room solutions are effective for homes that have:
  • Livable attics or basements
  • Sun rooms that homeowners would like to use as livable space in winter
  • Garages that have been converted to livable space
  • Hot spots and cold spots – rooms that just never feel as comfortable as the rest of the house
  • Guest rooms, rec rooms or other rooms that are only rarely occupied

Turn Your Entire House Into Livable Space

Split-ductless systems are ideal for cooling or heating single rooms that get used, but not all the time. Rather than cranking the thermostat up or down to reach a single room, ductless systems can be used to achieve comfort in those spaces only when they are occupied. If no one is in the room, there is no need to pay to cool or heat that area. If you own a home, you should be able to use each room in that home whenever you want. Shutting off a single room in the winter and summer made sense several decades ago when there was simply no other option. Thanks to home zoning, there is no longer a need to board up livable rooms. Zoned systems provide families with almost unlimited, customizable options that allow them to keep their houses open year-round, without throwing money out the window.
03/24/2017
Comments Off on HOME ZONING: THE CURE FOR THE COMMON (AND UNCOMFORTABLE) HOME

What if an electrician came to your home and rewired your house so that all of the lights were turned off and on at the same time using a single switch? Most homeowners would show that electrician the door. However we still use that same impractical and inefficient concept for cooling and heating our homes. A single thermostat controls the temperature for the entire house, leaving some rooms cold, some rooms hot and some rooms in a constant state of flux.

For decades, homeowners have accepted this one-thermostat-for-all-rooms solution. They’ve begrudgingly used space heaters and window air conditioners to try to even out temperatures in attics, basements, rec rooms and bedrooms that never feel comfortable. However, there are plenty of options when it comes to controlling home comfort. Whether the problem is a single room or single area of the home, or you’re looking for a more cost-effective and energy conscious solution for the entire house, there are options.

Controlled Comfort With Home Zoning

A zoned home is divided into segments, based upon each segment’s need for conditioning. Each zone is controlled by a thermostat, but instead of those thermostats connecting to a single unit, each zone has its own, individual split-conditioning system that keeps that zone the perfect temperature, without affecting other zones. This can improve energy efficiency and reduces heating and cooling costs across the board.

Zoning is very popular in new builds, but it is also possible for existing homes. Zoning is appropriate for all homes that:

  • Have two or more levels
  • Have rooms with large windows and/or vaulted ceilings
  • Make use of basements or attics as living space
  • Are built over concrete slabs
  • Experience extreme temperature swings or differentials
  • Are over 60 years old and cannot be torn up for ductwork
  • Experience family fights over the thermostat

Stop Treating Symptoms

In the past, homeowners have been forced to either accept cold spots and hot spots, or they have had to resort to expensive short-term solutions like window AC units or space heaters to control the temperature in different areas of their home. These spot fixes can help control comfort, but they are expensive both to purchase and utilize and they don’t solve the larger problem. It’s like taking aspirin when you have the flu – it can help treat the symptoms, but it doesn’t cure the virus.

Home zoning is an energy efficient and cost-effective way to achieve the comfort that you and your family deserve. Each zone is controlled by its own, individual thermostat that eliminates the need for supplemental systems and reduces energy bills. Once installed, zoned units are extremely quiet, causing no disruption in the everyday activities of life.

Single-unit cooling and heating is impractical and unnecessary. Homeowners have options that are completely customizable based upon individual needs and preferences. With home-zoning, families not only achieve comfort, but harmony in the home.

12/21/2016
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11/22/2016
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Receive a $250 Visa Gift card with purchase of a Mitsubishi Electric Ductless System from Friday, November 25th - Sunday, December 4th.

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        FREE A/C & Heating System For a limited time purchase any Mitsubishi Ductless outdoor condenser and receive the indoor air handler for FREE*!   Program Guidelines*: 1) Mitsubishi Multi-Zone Rebate per zone (FREE indoor Air Handler) is valued at $400 per zone. Minimum of 2 zones, max up to 8 zones. 2) Single zone system will receive a $500 rebate or choice of extended warranty. 3) Offer valid from October 20th, 2016 - December 31st, 2016 4) *Other Terms and Conditions may apply. Not valid with any other offer. For details visit www.wwilliamsac.com or 409-722-3370
11/14/2016
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featured-image     From November 15th, 2016 - December 20th follow these 3 steps for your chance to win a Mitsubishi Electric Ductless 9,000 BTU Single Zone System  
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    Terms and conditions apply.  Winner location has to be within Jefferson, Orange and Hardin counties only to be eligible to participate. The contest will run from November 15th, 2016 – December 20th, 2016. Winner will be announced on December 23rd, 2016
10/21/2016
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        FREE A/C & Heating System For a limited time purchase any Mitsubishi Ductless outdoor condenser and receive the indoor air handler for FREE*!   Program Guidelines*:   1) Mitsubishi Multi-Zone Rebate per zone (FREE indoor Air Handler) is valued at $400 per zone. Minimum of 2 zones, max up to 8 zones.   2) Single zone system will receive a $500 rebate or choice of extended warranty.   3) Offer valid from October 20th, 2016 - December 31st, 2016   4) *Other Terms and Conditions may apply. Not valid with any other offer. For details visit www.wwilliamsac.com or 409-722-3370
10/21/2016
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09/23/2016
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    oct3   The Best Tips to meet Fall and save Energy from your Air Conditioner. Summer is getting ready to leave for good, or well for a few months, but are you ready to save up energy bills? Our experts at W. Williams Air Conditioning came up with a list of 5 ideas on how to welcome fall into your house without freezing in order to lower the energy bill. Check out these 5 Energy Saving Air Conditioning Tips for Fall
  1. Reset your House Temperature
The temperature inside your house must be in accordance with the temperature outside so set your Air Conditioner to 17 - 19°C during fall and winter. You must find a balance between comfort and efficiency so you can help your air conditioner save up energy.
  1. Use the Sun
The Air Conditioner’s heating system is machinery. In order to help it work efficiently and not abandon you in the coldest hours, make sure you use the Sun’s warmth in order to invite heat inside your house during the fall season. The Sun is still strong and even healthy in September and October so open up the curtains at the windows that are in the direction of the Sun during the day.
  1. Re-decorate your house
No, we don’t mean you should get mad with house designs, but we’re simply asking you to move the furniture away from the path of the heating system or any large objects that could consume the heat or that could stop it from warming up the air channel of your room.
  1. Insulation
Try to cover any drafty windows or spots into your house. While you can open curtains from windows that are warmed up by the Sun, you should also cover drafty windows or any spots in the house that allow the cold air to sneak into your rooms. Also, use duct insulation to your heating system in order to save up energy, protect your Air Conditioner System and reduce the noise. Talk to our consultants about the best types of duct insulation.
  1. Maintenance
Your air-conditioner will need a professional check up because its system can suffer from changing temperature and moving from the summer temperatures to the cooler temperatures. Professional intervention can clean up and update your filters and they can also check the general status of your air conditioner. Normally, your system filters should be changed once a month, because the dust affects the performance of your heating system and it also affects the quality of air that is pumped up into your house. Taking care of the filters can reduce your energy bills by 5 %- 15%. Schedule a Fall Maintenance for your Air Conditioner and you are ready to keep warm and wealthy!