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How Your HVAC System Could Be Hurting Your Business

How Your HVAC System Could Be Hurting Your Business

As a business owner, you rely on your HVAC system to create a comfortable indoor climate for your employees to work in and for your customers to enjoy. Unfortunately, sometimes HVAC systems actually hurt businesses in different ways. By identifying some of the more common issues with heating and cooling systems, you may be able to determine if your unit requires service to improve your business.

An Uncomfortable Indoor Climate

There are many issues with an HVAC system that could impact the comfort level within your business. For example, if the ducts have leaks, the air may blow harder in one area than another. This can create a draft or pockets of uneven temperatures that make your venue uncomfortable to be in, and this could be interfering with employee productivity, sales and more. If your heating and cooling system is not creating a comfortable indoor climate, schedule maintenance with a commercial HVAC professional.

A Bad Smell

There’s hardly anything more deterring to customers (or irritable for employees) than a lingering stench. One reason why your HVAC unit may be emitting a foul odor is dirty sock syndrome, which is caused by bacteria and mold on the evaporator coil. Simple maintenance appointments annually can clean the system and is a great way to prevent related issues from developing in the future.

Strange Noises

Another issue with your HVAC system that could interfere with business activities is a strange noise. Whether your system is operating too loudly or is sending out whistling, grinding, or clunking noises, chances are that if you hear something, you should say something to a professional. These noises can have a negative effect on your business environment, so schedule professional service to correct them sooner rather than later.  

For Quick and Professional Commercial Service, Call Quick Servant!

At Quick Servant, we understand how important your business needs are to you. That’s why we offer 24/7 service, so we can be there when you need us most. Let our technicians diagnose any issues concerning you and remedy the situation to get your business back up and running ASAP. Call us today or request an appointment online.