Commercial HVAC Ventilation Services
Providing a comfortable environment for employees and customers is essential to operating and running a successful business in the Redlands, CA, area and beyond.
Sometimes in heavily insulated commercial offices, restaurants and retail stores, it takes more than just a properly functioning heating and cooling system to deliver comfort. If your commercial facility feels extra stuffy or hot at times, it could benefit from the installation of a commercial ventilation unit.
Commercial HVAC services from Sanborn’s help to improve the overall comfortability of your workplace for both your employees and customers. Our ventilation systems ensure that there is always a supply of fresh air, while exhausting stuffy, contaminated air outdoors.
If you’re interested in the installation of a ventilation unit, call the heating, air conditioning, and indoor air quality experts at Sanborn’s Air Conditioning & Heating today to schedule an appointment for commercial HVAC services in Redlands, CA. In the event that your business experiences an emergency that requires service after normal business hours, we provide 24/7 emergency services to make sure that you’re always covered.
The Importance of Commercial Ventilation
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air quality is two to five times more contaminated than the outside air. And because people spend an average of 90 percent of their time indoors, fresh, quality air is essential in any workplace environment.
A ventilation unit transfers clean, outside air into a building space, while removing stale, contaminated air. Ventilation units can also help control temperature, humidity, and airflow. Some of the popular ventilation systems for doing this include:
- Exhaust ventilation systems. These units typically consist of a single fan connected to a centrally located, single exhaust point, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Exhaust fans pull unwanted odor or moisture out of a room and funnel it outside. They are commonly used in bathrooms and kitchens where there are higher levels of condensation.
- Supply ventilation systems. These systems use a fan to pressurize your building, exhausting air from inside, while make-up air infiltrates through leaks in the building shell and through intentional, passive vents, according to Energy.gov.
- Balanced ventilation systems. Balanced ventilation systems neither pressure or depressurize a building. They introduce fresh outdoor air into a facility at the same rate stale air is exhausted.
- Energy recovery systems replace stale indoor air with fresh outdoor air. These units differ from other ventilation systems because no energy is wasted. The ERV retains the heat energy and moisture from the indoor air that is exhausted outside of the building for the treatment of incoming fresh air.
Benefits of Commercial Ventilation
The installation of a commercial ventilation unit offers several benefits to your Redlands, CA, area business, employees and customers, including:
Improved indoor Air Quality
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and other contaminants in indoor air supplies can lead to sick building syndrome, which can negatively affect the health of your employees and lead to sick days and decreased production. The installation of a ventilation unit can significantly improve the quality of your commercial building’s indoor air supply by eliminating moisture, odors, bacteria, pollutants and other contaminants.
Decrease mold growth
Environments with a lot of people, restrooms and break rooms can all increase humidity levels within a building or facility. This can cause condensation and water to form, leading to the growth of mold and mildew. It can also cause health issues, especially for people who suffer from asthma, allergies or other respiratory illnesses. Mold growth can damage carpeting, wood, drywall and furniture and is the leading cause of sick building syndrome.
Regulating indoor air
A ventilation system can control the airflow in your San Bernardino, California, or Redlands facility, making sure it is at proper safety and health levels, while keeping your energy costs in check.
A building with a lot of people can lead to a hot, stuffy environment which decreases comfort and productivity. A well-ventilated building will provide a more comfortable and productive working environment, which will keep your employees happy.
Schedule Commercial Ventilation Services
If employees are scheduling sick days on a frequent basis, or the air quality in your office or commercial building just doesn’t feel fresh, then make sure to give the heating, air conditioning and indoor air quality experts at Sanborn’s Air Conditioning & Heating a phone call today. We can install a commercial ventilation system in your facility in no time.
Our professional NATE-certified heating and air conditioning technicians will inspect your entire property and come up with an individualized solution for your building’s air quality needs. We’re committed to proving your business with great heating, ventilation, and air conditioning service. Whatever you need, we’re here to provide assistance. Contact us today to learn more about our commercial HVAC services, including commercial ventilation system installations.