As a business owner, profitability is always on your mind. So you are sometimes leery to spend money on items or services that are not absolutely necessary. After all, the fewer frivolous expenses, the greater the chance for profitability. So where does Commercial HVAC Maintenance fall? Is preventive maintenance a necessity or an expense you could do without?
Commercial HVAC Maintenance is the Secret to Productivity
Did you know that office temperature directly affects employee productivity? And I think we all know that employee productivity directly affects profitability. So the key to profitability could be your HVAC system.
According to a Cornell University study, employee productivity is at its highest when office temperature falls between 70 and 73 degrees. When the temperature drops below or climbs above this three-degree range, employee productivity drops. This drop is even more significant when the office temperature falls below 63 degrees or climbs above 82 degrees. According to the study, employees waste 10% of their time per hour and make 44% more mistakes when this happens.
According to another study, this one in the in the journal, Science, cold people tend to view others – even customers or clients – as cold and unfriendly, treating them accordingly.
Is It Time to Schedule Commercial HVAC Maintenance?
The temperature has dropped significantly over the past few weeks. As a result, your commercial building may a little colder than you’d like, and your HVAC system is struggling to keep up. And with winter right around the corner, things will only get worse if you don’t act fast. So do yourself a favor and call Fresh Air Concepts. Our commercial maintenance contracts are designed to extend the life of your systems, forecast/prevent mechanical failure, and to ensure your system is operating at peak efficiency, which ultimately leads to energy cost savings.
Call Fresh Air Concepts today to schedule your Commercial HVAC Maintenance. Please contact us by calling 1-800-708-4FAC or click here today! Make sure to also follow Fresh Air Concepts on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ as well.