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How Office Zoning Can Make Your Employees Happier and More Productive
Thursday, February 21, 2019
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Commercial services might mean happier employees.

In your office, you rely on your commercial services team to take care of your heating and cooling systems. But what about your employees? The truth is, your HVAC commercial services can have a big impact on the productivity of your employees. Zoning is the perfect example. Take a look at how office zoning can make your employees happier and more productive.

What Is Zoning?

Many homeowners have taken advantage of the benefits of zoning. It is a way of dividing a space into zones, or areas, to heat or cool them separately from other areas. This doesn’t mean doors and walls to create zones, it means utilizing thermostats, ducts, dampers, and your HVAC system to customize your temperature control. And it’s time for you to take advantage of it in your office.

How Does Zoning Impact Your Employees?

Nothing is worse on employee happiness and productivity than discomfort. One of the biggest contributors to discomfort is inconsistent temperatures or temps that are too hot or too cold. An easy way to correct that is to let your teams control their own zones. They can establish the temperature at which they are the most comfortable and adjust it according to their preferences. Control of their environment leads to higher levels of comfort which means greater productivity and happier employees.

No one wants to be too hot or too cold while trying to do their job in an office setting. To set up zoning in your office for happier and more productive employees, just talk to the pros. Reach out to our team at G+S Heating, Air, and Energy Services for the commercial services you need to get the job done right.

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Practical Tips for Decreasing Your Energy Spending Each Month
Thursday, February 14, 2019
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How can energy services help you save money each month?

Have you considered utilizing energy services to help you save money each month? When we think about our budget, especially early in the year, we often think about how to save on our utility bills. There are some easy ways to find the biggest savings, without giving up your heating and cooling. Take a look at these practical tips:

Tip #1: Make Sure Maintenance is Part of the Plan

When your heating and cooling systems aren’t running as effectively as they should, they’re also not running as efficiently as they could be. One of the best and easiest ways to use less energy and spend less on your utility bills is by investing in twice-yearly HVAC maintenance. It will keep your equipment running at peak performance and reduce your monthly bills.

Tip #2: Consider Duct Inspection

If your ducts are leaking, your warm and cool air are just seeping away. That’s one of the biggest ways to spend more and get less. Have your ducts inspected for leaks, cracks, and other issues to help you save energy and money.

Tip #3: Try an Energy Audit

Somewhere around 40% of your monthly energy use is from running your heat or air conditioning. That might seem like a lot, but there are ways to cut that number down. The best way to find out how is with an energy audit. An HVAC technician can assess your energy use and recommend ways to reduce it without sacrificing the comfort you need.

Want to decrease your bills each month? Talk to our team at G+S Heating, Air, and Energy Services to find out how the right energy services experts can help.

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Why a Maintenance Agreement Should Be On Your New Year’s To-Do List
Thursday, January 24, 2019
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Let’s toast to maintenance agreements in 2019!

Is getting an HVAC maintenance agreement on your to-do list for the New Year? If not, it’s time to put it at the top of the list. If you’re on the fence, let’s take a look at all of the benefits regular heating and cooling system maintenance provide.

What Happens during Regular Maintenance?

When a technician services your HVAC system in the spring and in the fall, there is a basic checklist they will follow. This list should include:

  • Inspecting the motor and the blower
  • Testing and calibrating the thermostats
  • Changing the air filter
  • Checking the bearings and moving parts
  • Inspecting the evaporator coil of your AC unit
  • Clearing the condensate drain in the AC unit
  • Checking and adjusting the refrigerant levels
  • Lubricate all of the moving parts
  • Checking for leaks
  • Testing the pilot light and ignition system
  • Inspecting the ventilation and exhaust systems
  • Checking the fan belt
  • Inspecting the heat exchangers

What Are the Benefits of a Maintenance Agreement?

Having a maintenance agreement in place is so much easier than just scheduling a service call when you remember. An agreement ensures your HVAC system will get regularly serviced, twice a year, and will make it easy for you to schedule it. This means you can count on an extended lifespan for your equipment, greater energy efficiency, reduced chance of breakdowns and need for repairs, and more reliable and consistent performance.

When it’s time for service on your heating and cooling system, don’t rely on memory to make sure it gets scheduled. Put your HVAC’s TLC on the top of your 2019 to-do list and rest easy knowing your system will continue to keep you comfortable through the next new year. Contact G+S today to get set up with the right maintenance agreement for your home.

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2 Indoor Air Quality Tips to Help Keep Your Employees Healthier this Flu Season
Thursday, January 24, 2019
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Can commercial services help boost your employees’ productivity this winter?

What do commercial services have to do with cold and flu season? Well, if we’re talking about the health of your employees, they can have a big impact. One of the biggest factors in staying healthy is the quality of your indoor air. To keep everything, and everyone in your business humming along, take a look at two indoor air quality tips that can help keep your employees healthier this winter.

Tip #1: Ensure Regular HVAC Service

The best way to keep your indoor air clean is with regular HVAC services from your commercial services professionals. When your neglect your system, the filter can get dirty and clogged, the components won’t run as effectively as they should, and the whole system can’t function at its peak. Not only will this make your system less effective and efficient, but it will negatively impact the quality of the air in your office or business. When the air isn’t clean, the occurrence of colds and flu goes up. Bacteria and viruses can circulate and recirculate throughout the whole space, causing illness and bringing productivity to a halt.

Tip #2: Bump Up the Humidity

When the air gets dry in the winter, that’s when viruses thrive and spread. Viruses and bacteria love the cold, dry air and can do the most damage in those conditions. When you include a humidifier in your HVAC system, you can keep the relative humidity where it should be inside, even if it’s cold and dry outside. This can help nip illness in the bud and keep your employees healthier throughout the winter.

Your indoor air quality is essential for the health and well-being of your employees, especially in the winter. Contact the commercial services team at G+S to find out how you can do more to keep it clean and avoid the flu at your business.

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