Air quality, comfort, and energy efficiency are highly important to the overall health and operation of your commercial building. Since your occupants will be spending a great deal of time in this building (many Americans actually spend up to 90% of their time indoors), its vital to keep the space safe and healthy.
Building owners and managers have a laundry list of to-dos to keep their facilities running smoothly. One high-priority item on that list is upkeep of the HVAC system to ensure the safety and comfort of all occupants and visitors. From cost-effectiveness to occupant health, a clean HVAC unit and ductwork system is paramount to achieving just that.
In Part 1 of this series, we dove into some of your common HVAC questions from ‘what is HVAC?’ and ‘what equipment requires preventative maintenance?’ (N.B. all of it does) to tips on what you can troubleshoot on your own and answers to all of your air filter FAQs. In the spirit of spring being upon us, here we’re going to focus on questions we often receive geared towards air conditioning equipment and overall indoor air quality for your commercial building.