Commercial Office Buildings
Having a building that stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter – keeping your employees and clients comfortable year-round, is critical to the success of your business. Commercial HVAC systems in buildings contain interconnected systems that provide heating, ventilation, and cooling to individual floors, and can even be set up for smaller spaces like personnel cubicles.
- Improve ventilation and indoor air quality: The best thing building owners can do to optimize their HVAC systems is focusing on ventilation and indoor air quality. By improving these two aspects of your building, you can ensure your employees’ health, boost their morale, and also save money.
- Zoning & Controls: Each space within an office building should have its own sensor systems because separate zones can have different requirements, such as:
- Computer and server rooms have specific humidity needs.
- Specific times of day will draw different energy loads in a variety of areas.
- Kitchens, restrooms, and comfort zones are higher traffic areas that can generate more heat than offices and individual workstations.
- Conference/meeting rooms have varying temperature requirements dependent upon usage.
- Zones along the building’s exterior are more affected by outside temperatures.
- COVID-19 – returning to the office: As a facility manager, you understand the importance of healthy buildings and the role your HVAC system plays. A healthy workplace environment starts with routine cleaning and flushing of the HVAC system. Proper ventilation, air temperature, and having a set HVAC schedule are a few ways to optimize your system.
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