When you run a business in the Pacific Northwest and have a commercial HVAC system for your office, it can be hard to keep things cool during the summer. The heat is naturally going to seep in. Therefore, it’s important to make sure that your HVAC system is working properly so that your employees and customers are comfortable.
We all know temperatures vary in offices and commercial buildings — and comfortable temperatures vary for individuals — so what’s an office manager or business owner to do? In this article, we’ll look at temperature and office productivity, and explain a bit about HVAC systems and how they work to heat and cool your business.
No matter the time of year, it pays to have a great thermostat in your commercial space. If you currently own an older, outdated model, it might do you well to consider an upgrade. Today’s modern thermostats are capable of so much more than traditional ones. In fact, advanced thermostats, also known as smart thermostats, have completely changed the ways in which business owners can interact with their heating and cooling systems.