There is a ton of customization in a capitalistic society. Where hundreds of millions of people are allowed to pursue their own wants and needs, there will often be many options for achieving the same outcome. When it comes to installing zoned heating and cooling in one’s home, they similarly have lots of options. For those that have a furnace and air conditioner based HVAC system, an HVAC professional can install thermostats in multiple areas that correspond to additions made to the ductwork. Controlling how much air is flowing to an area, is how one can create zoned heating and cooling with today’s conventional HVAC system. Albeit it is possible to create both zoned heating and cooling using water and pipes, in America it is typical to only use water for hydronic heating. However, using geothermal means, a home can be adapted to use water for the purposes of allowing for zoned heating and cooling in their home as well. For those without piping for heated water or ductwork installed in their home, they may want to consider a ductless multi split air conditioner. This type of heating and cooling system can offer many of the same benefits as more robust HVAC options but without much of the cost of installation. Other options include the installation of several window AC’s or using a combination of fans and space heaters. Whichever one is right for the individual will vary based on one’s circumstances. So forth, the more interested one is in adding zoned heating and cooling to their home, the more open they should be to contacting their local HVAC installation provider.