You’ve done everything you can think of to increase profits and ROI in your business, but it feels like there’s more to be made. You’ve cut spending, improved your marketing outreach, and downsized, so what’s left? Believe it or not, the way you use the HVAC system in your Titusville, Florida, office space can help you further increase profits and the overall productive quality of your work. Taking care of your HVAC system and watching the temperature control in your office will help you bring in the profits you’ve been working for.

How Your HVAC System Affects Profits

The first and most obvious way your HVAC system affects your profits is through monthly utility costs. Depending on how efficiently your system is running, your utility costs will be increased or decreased. And the more you’re spending on utility costs, the less you’re bringing in with profits.

In addition to determining utility costs, your HVAC system can also impact your employees’ productivity. A study by Cornell University revealed that when an office was kept at 77 degrees Fahrenheit, employee errors decreased and productivity increased. The higher the productivity, the higher the profit.

How to Care for Your HVAC System

If you want to improve profit and productivity in your office, you need to take proper care of your heating and cooling system. The most effective way to provide a heating and cooling system the TLC it needs is through professional preventive maintenance. When conducting maintenance, technicians clean and tuneup your system so it operates at peak efficiency.

You can also care for your HVAC system by changing air filters monthly, if necessary, and by not pushing the system too hard. Believe it or not, by keeping the system at the productive temperature of 77 degrees, you’ll also reduce strain on the system and improve energy efficiency.

Take your business one step further by keeping your HVAC system in mind. To give your heating and cooling system the professional maintenance it needs, call Ellington Air Conditioning and Heat at 321-252-0469.

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