Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Any business operating in commercial premises in a country with the Ireland’s climate needs to ensure that its employees are comfortable no matter the weather. With days that get below zero in the winter, and can climb above 30 degrees in the summer, functioning HVAC systems are an essential part of that process, and can directly impact productivity for the better.
What is HVAC?
HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, and refers to a centralised system which ensures that the temperature in your office, and its atmospheric conditions, are at the optimum level. They’re designed to keep your employees warm in winter, cool in the summer, and ensure that they have breathable air free from airborne particles that can trigger allergies; if HVAC maintenance is up-to-date, they can also provide a positive benefit in decreasing transmission of viruses.
A functional commercial HVAC system has three interconnected but separate elements: a heating system that delivers warm air when needed to keep a building feeling comfortable in cold temperatures; an air conditioning system that provides cool air when the external temperature rises above a certain level; and a ventilation system that removes stale air from the environment and delivers clean, breathable air.
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Heating is important in a commercial setting, as employees and customers alike need to feel comfortable indoors even when the weather outdoors is cold and inclement. In climate-controlled conditions, even on the coldest day of the year your employees will feel comfortable enough to concentrate on their work.
On a hot summer day, the sweltering conditions can slow things to a crawl, and in commercial buildings where people are close together, body heat just makes things worse. A working air conditioning system can return things to relative normality, allowing people to feel cool even when the mercury rises to record temperatures.
No-one can be ignorant these days of the impact that airborne particles can have. Poorly-ventilated working premises have been pinpointed as a source of virus clusters, but even at the best of times clean air is essential. Ask any hay fever sufferer of the impact air pollen can have on their well being. Working ventilation systems also keep the air fresh and pleasant to breathe.