As commercial HVAC professionals serving the Austin area, we know that many people today spend more time in their offices or commercial buildings than they do in their own homes.  As a business owner, you want to provide the best possible indoor air quality to not only your employees, but customers, vendors and everyone who comes inside.  Your HVAC system can actually go a long way toward helping you enjoy cleaner, healthier indoor air.  How?

Regulating humidity levels inside your spaces.  While your air conditioner cools the air to make it more comfortable during hot weather, it also helps regular humidity levels.  No one can perform their job well when the air feels excessively sticky and uncomfortable.  While it affects your comfort level and productivity, high humidity levels also provide the perfect environment for the growth of bacteria and mold, which can directly impact health.  By having your HVAC system inspected on a regular basis, you will have peace of mind knowing your equipment is functioning in a way that keeps excess moisture and humidity in check.

Better air ventilation.  A proper ventilation system is a must in order to enjoy good indoor air quality.  Commercial HVAC systems help remove potentially harmful pollutants from indoor air, but you must have a good ventilation system in your building. To ensure the best ventilation and air circulation, our technicians will work with you to identify any problems that may be contributing to poor ventilation and correct them.

Keep allergens down.  Depending on your scope of business, there may be all kinds of allergens floating around in the air that can aggravate asthma and other respiratory issues.  Manufacturing debris, dust particles related to renovations, equipment installation, even dry ingredients used in the production line; allergens can be a result of almost any activity.  Having your commercial HVAC system serviced regularly will ensure it is functioning properly and controlling allergen levels by allowing for fresh air exchange.

A properly functioning HVAC system goes a long way toward the best possible indoor air quality in an industrial or commercial space.  If it’s time to have your equipment inspected, give the Austin HVAC experts at Schneider Mechanical a call today!