When I’m not blogging here, I work in a fairly standard office building. You know, cubicles, rolling chairs and whatnot. One issue that’s been raised in the office is the spotty effectiveness of our building’s HVAC system. In other words, we’ve had issues in the past with the heat in our building during the winter months. With fall (and subsequently winter) rapidly approaching, I’ve been looking into ways to get our system fixed, and came across a number of companies that do this sort of HVAC maintenance.
Of course, I only needed to recommend one place to our building’s manager. I chose a NY Mechanical HVAC Services company called the BP Group. In addition to general installation needs, they offer regular maintenance and tune-ups, which keeps our HVAC system from breaking down in the first place. With the Bp Group involved, our office shouldn’t have to worry about heating failures at the worst possible times.
I strongly recommend, that if you’re in charge of a commercial space, you go out and make sure your HVAC system is prepared for winter and any seasonal adjustments that might need to be made. The longer something like this goes unchecked, the higher chance there is that you’ll be faced with a larger problem down the road.
I recommend the BP Group if you’re situated in New York or nearby, but if not, there are plenty of options for commercial HVAC maintenance companies out there that might work better for you.
I’m going to wrap up this post with a video of some things to look out for in your HVAC system at home. Even if you’re not managing a corporate space, you should at the very least follow similar principles for your own home.