A massive proportion of a companies turnover is spent on the wages of their employees – meaning that each & every employee needs to be able to function, achieving high levels of productivity in order for the business to be profitable.
A large part of keeping staff productive, happy and healthy – is looking after the atmosphere they work in. As part of this, it’s important to ensure that the office environment is kept well ventilated, and is kept at a comfortable temperature, ensuring that the indoor air quality is as good as it possibly can be.
Although building requirements dictate the level of HVAC required in an office space, as part of the project – it’s also well worth taking into consideration the requirements of those using the office space, which as well as meeting all of the required legislation – plays an important role in looking after your staff.
It’s not just about keeping your staff at a comfortable temperature either – sufficient ventilation also ensures that the build-up of gases such as Carbon Dioxide, which can make staff feel tired and nauseous – never get to levels at which they affect staff. Carbon dioxide can accumulate in office spaces, because of the respiratory process of people working in the office.
Another key consideration of any HVAC system covers catering facilities and kitchens within an office space, keeping kitchen spaces well ventilated, as well as office spaces smelling clean and fresh.
If you have any questions about your office HVAC – please do get in touch and we will be more than happy to answer any questions you have. We have worked with offices of all shapes & sizes, and our services start with the design of the system, and complete with installation – as well as looking after future maintenance.