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.
When spring comes to Skagit, Snohomish, and the Pacific Northwest, it is time to clean the dirt, dust, grime, and debris left behind by the winter and to prepare your home for the warmer season. The tasks to ensuring a proper function heating and cooling system are many, but we highly recommend never neglecting your HVAC system, which can lead to expensive repairs or even replacement. It’s best to have an HVAC company, such as Nordic Temperature Control maintain your system, but at the very least our tips below can help.
Nordic Temperature Control’s service and installation crews recently completed 80 hours of training ranging from crane rigging, correct duct sizing/airflow, HVAC technical troubleshooting, and advanced air filtration.
When your commercial or residential comfort system goes down, its a major issue given the cost of a potential replacement. However, there are several factors that must be taken into account when selecting the right company to do the work. So the question, ‘How do you choose a great heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (or HVAC) company’? Here are a few questions to ask before you hire an HVAC contractor.
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.
Spring is in the air, and a spring is in our step at Nordic Temperature Control as we acknowledge the end of the cold, dark Winter months. It is time to get outside with family and friends and enjoy the Pacific Northwest outdoors as everything bursts back into life around us.