Commercial services are the obvious choice for keeping your workplace AC unit working at its best. As annoying as it must be to have a home air conditioner suddenly stop working, the harmful impact is much greater in the workplace. Everyone from customers to your employees relies on your HVAC, and an uncomfortable environment can put a serious dent in production. It can even lead to a lost day of work (or more), depending on the severity of the weather. Following these tips can help you steer clear of setbacks like this.
Picking the best temperature for a work setting can be tricky, given that there will be numerous different occupants with their own preferences. A programmable thermostat will allow you to set the schedule ahead of time and focus on consistency and reducing your expenses. You can set them to run with less energy consumption when the building isn’t in use, and you can customize the scheduling to accommodate your business hours.
You have more than enough to worry about when you're running a business, but failing to keep up with changing your air filters will have serious consequences. Aside from reduced air quality, you'll also restrict the flow of air and waste up to 10% of the energy that goes into your system. Experts recommend you change out the filters every three months at the very least.
Commercial maintenance ensures your system works at its best, without the risk of a debilitating malfunction in the middle of the workday. You'll also cut down on wasted energy due to a faulty mechanism, as maintenance allows technicians to spot problems early on before they can develop into something worse. Between your energy savings and the repairs you'll avoid, calling in for commercial maintenance pays for itself over time!
At Morelli Heating & Air Conditioning, we'll look at the entirety of your system to identify any areas that need improvement or repairs. We'll also help you save on your utility costs, so you have nothing to lose. To learn more about our commercial services and how they can help, contact us today.