Impersonal offices, personal comfort at work

Impersonal offices, personal comfort at work

At home, you’re the undisputed captain of the thermostat. At work, not so much. Commercial air handling systems are notorious for making everyone universally uncomfortable. If you work in a building with a commercial HVAC system, you know that the calendar controls the thermostat. Personal comfort is not an option.

During “heating season,” your workspace is too hot. Or too cold. During the “cooling season,” your workspace is too cold. Or too hot. Either way, you can’t control the temperature. It’s like the thermostat just doesn’t work.

Personal comfort at work does exist!

There is a way to bring true personal comfort to the workplace. Ductless heating and cooling systems are cost-effective and provide quiet, reliable zone heating and cooling. One outdoor compressor unit can control up to eight indoor evaporators.

Their whisper-quiet operation makes them ideal office companions, and their high-efficiency performance means that you can say goodbye to inefficient space heaters, baseboard heaters, fans and window air conditioners. The condenser units can be mounted outside on the ground or on a roof, and the outdoor units are much quieter than traditional central air conditioning units.

Ductless heating and cooling units also last longer because the compressor isn’t always running at maximum power. The ability to vary the speed of the compressor reduces the cost to operate and extends the life of the compressor, all without sacrificing personal comfort. You won’t have to replace a high efficiency ductless heating and cooling system as often. This means you’ll recover the cost of upgrading your unit faster, and get a better lifetime ROI for the system.

If you’d like more information about how you can improve the personal comfort of your commercial space, and save money on heating and cooling costs, please contact us at New England Ductless at (781) 995-2665! We’ll be happy to show you how you can tame the high cost of heating and cooling!

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