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3 Tips for Keeping Your Employees Comfortable This Summer
17 May
By: Climate Control
Climate Control

Is your HVAC provider experienced in commercial services?

You need an HVAC service specializing in residential and commercial services to adequately prep your business for spring’s warmer temperatures. Air conditioning, ventilation and other forms of climate control within a commercial building are vastly different from a setup required in a home.

Here are three tips for keeping your employees as comfortable as possible:

1. Schedule a preventive maintenance visit

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. That’s especially true when an HVAC breakdown could leave your employers sweltering for weeks. You can’t plan emergency repairs at your convenience. Plus, they’re almost always more expensive than simple repairs capable of preventing catastrophes. Save money and stay comfortable by scheduling a preventive maintenance visit.

2. Look into zoned heating and cooling systems

Commercial buildings often have different types of businesses under one roof. A workshop has different cooling needs from an office, which has different needs from storage space. An easy and effective way of keeping each department comfortable is by designing a zoned HVAC setup, where each space has its own climate controls.

3. Install an upgraded thermostat.

Nothing is quite as ridiculous as walking into an office and seeing a lock on the thermostat. That image speaks volumes. It certainly doesn’t imbue your employees with a sense of appreciation, concern or respect. Instead, consider upgrading your thermostat to a slick new smart model hooked up to Wi-Fi. You can set temperature controls from anywhere you have internet access, and the appearance won’t make your employees feel like they’re under guard.

Call us at 864.269.5576 to schedule commercial services. Keep employees comfortable while keeping bills low with help from our team at Climate Control Heating & Air Conditioning.

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