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Tips for Keeping Your Office Comfortable during the Cold Weather


Is your office uncomfortably cold during the winter months? Commercial services to the rescue!

It’s not uncommon for office spaces to be too cold in the winter months, but according to our commercial services experts, they don’t have to be. There are some easy and affordable ways to keep your office comfortable during the cold weather. Here are just a few recommendations:

Check Your Insulation

One of the easiest ways to keep the warmth in and the cold out of your office during the winter is with proper insulation. If your office feels drafty or cold no matter what the thermostat says, have an HVAC technician check the status of your insulation. An upgrade can not only keep the space warmer but also save you money on your monthly utility bills.

Invest in Programmable Thermostats

Programmable thermostats are a must-have in any office, especially if your goal is to use less energy while still keeping your employees warm. It allows you to set the temperature based on use, need and comfort levels. You can customize the temperature settings to ensure your office stays warm when employees are there while allowing it to cool off overnight or when there aren’t any staff members in the building.

Regular Maintenance for Your HVAC System

All HVAC systems need regular service, including commercial systems. Twice-yearly inspection, adjustments, repairs and cleaning will ensure the equipment is running at its most efficient and effective. It can make sure your employees are warm during the winter months, but it can also save you money over time by reducing breakdowns and improving energy efficiency.

Instead of suggesting your employees pile on the layers when it gets cold out, help keep your office space more consistently warm during the winter months. For everything you need to keep your commercial HVAC system humming along, contact the commercial services team at H.H. Hovey Heating and Cooling.

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