Are you worried about increased absenteeism and possible legal responsibility if a staff member falls ill?
We understand that many business owners and commercial property managers are scrambling to ensure their buildings and indoor environments are safe, clean and comfortable for everyone. As a small business and community members ourselves, as well as HVAC professionals, we share your concerns. We’re also focused on helping you maintain indoor safety as well as comfort.
To that end, we’ve compiled up-to-date information on how best to create a healthy work environment. Many of our recommendations in the infographic below are easy fixes, and can be accomplished immediately, without a technician’s help.
Others will require your further consideration, as well as specific details about your particular existing HVAC system, to not only achieve maximum performance from any upgrade, but also to ensure you get the most value for every dollar you invest in repairs or installations.
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To learn more about how to improve indoor air quality and create a healthy work environment download our Tech Brief: Creating a Healthy Work Environment with Commercial HVAC Technology, which goes into greater detail on each of the five recommendations above.
No matter what the conventional wisdom of our times, following the suggestions above are tips that are evergreen: your building will smell nicer, feel nicer, and indeed seem nicer to those inside. Many won’t even be able to put their finger on what happens to be so gosh-darn pleasant about your building. But we guarantee that when it comes time to re-up a lease, studies show that tenants seek out and prefer to occupy greener, healthier indoor spaces than their stuffy alternatives. Whether you upgrade to the latest HVAC bells and whistles, or just ensure your current system is working at its best, your efforts will go rewarded.
Please don’t hesitate to call us at 626-357-3535 for expert advice and up-to-date information on the ways we can help you create healthy indoor air not only today, but in the years to come.