Do you dread having to schedule repairs for your company’s HVAC system because of the disruption it will cause, both from the work involved and from the time that the important cooling/heating for your workspace will need to shut down?
It’s still pretty warm here in Marietta, GA, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get ahead of the coming cold weather. One of the best ways to make sure your commercial building is ready for chilly temperatures is to schedule a maintenance appointment for your commercial heating system.
Business owners have a lot of options when it comes to choosing a cooling system for their commercial space. Size and capacity factor into these decisions in a big way, but so does functionality.
It may not be summer, but it’s getting warm outside, and you’ve probably already had to rely on your commercial air conditioner to cool your business space. Is it performing as needed? If not, it may be time to consider replacing it, but there are some factors to consider before making this decision.
Georgia weather requires that a commercial space—restaurant, office, retail, etc.—have year-round comfort from an HVAC system that handles heating and cooling. Your business can suffer from a loss of employee productivity and a drop in business due to uncomfortable customers and/or clients if you have a commercial HVAC system that is no longer up to the task.
Your company depends on controlled temperatures inside the work place to keep your employees, customers, and/or clients content. Especially during a humid late summer in Georgia, you must have an HVAC system operating at peak performance so that nobody in your commercial building ever needs to give a second thought to their personal comfort.
Making it through a summer in Atlanta requires the steady services of an air conditioner—and that goes double for businesses, which have to look after the comfort needs of staff, customers, and clients in areas much larger than most homes.
Businesses need reliable heating and air conditioning just like residences do, especially in Georgia where the summers are as hot and muggy as they come. But just because they have the same basic needs doesn’t mean you can use the same system to keep both types of buildings cool.