Imagine you’re at home in Texas during a 100-plus degree day. What’s the worst possible thing that could happen to you at that time? Your AC goes out, and it’s not turning back on.
In this truly disastrous situation, you may be asking yourself, “Could this get worse?” We’re here to tell you…yes. Yes it can.
Now imagine you’re at work in Texas during a 100-plus degree day, and the commercial air conditioning goes out.
On top of that 9-5 day in your cubicle, it’s hot. It’s muggy. You’re breaking a sweat. Everyone’s complaining. The guy in the cubicle next to you that eats tuna every day starts smelling. And so does his tuna.
Commercial AC is so important in the workplace. For one, you don’t want to dislike your coworkers. Not only is AC important so that you can remain amicable with the people you work with, it’s important because your own productivity is a priority. No one will enjoy being in a hot workspace. You won’t want to do anything except complain about the heat, your employees won’t want to be around you when you complain and your customers certainly won’t come in with a smiling face.
Your AC unit also improves the quality of the air inside your workplace. If your AC unit wasn’t properly working, you’d be able to smell the difference, and your allergies would probably start acting up too.
If you think something’s wrong with your commercial air conditioning unit, identify these (potentially) hazardous conditions at the workplace and discuss them as a team. The fix may be as easy as adjusting the temperature by a few degrees, but it also may mean your building or suite is ready for a completely new AC unit. If that’s the case, give Champion AC a call today!
Ben is a retired Combat Controller with the United States Air Force. He started Champion AC in 2007. Ben is originally from the Mississippi Gulf Coast. He is happily married and an avid fan of the San Antonio Spurs and New Orleans Saints.