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Ways to Finance Your Commercial HVAC Installations

Maintaining the right temperatures in the workplace is key to ensuring good productivity and safety. When the office is cool in the summertime and warm in the winter, employees can work in comfort and get the job done. Ultimately, though, you will need to consider upgrades to your HVAC system and repairs, especially if you expand your business or suffer a bad storm that affects your building. Fixes aren't cheap, so you have to budget well.

If you find business has taken a dip in the economy, you may be more inclined to save your money for more important expenses. Then again, if the workplace becomes too uncomfortable and poses a danger to your employees you risk losing business when people call in sick and productivity decreases. HVAC plays as important a role in your company as anything else, and if you find funds are low you should research ways to make affordable fixes.


Here are some ways you can finance commercial HVAC installations and repairs and keep your business - and the office heating and cooling - operating smoothly.

1) Shop service agreements with local contractors. If you do not have a physical plant manager who handles your HVAC in-house, you want to make sure you get the best deal among the local commercial providers. Some may offer service agreements that entitle you to discounted repairs and products. Shop around and see what you find.

2) Consider switching brands. If you have used a specific brand HVAC system for a while and it's time to replace it, you may wish to explore other options if there is the chance you can get a better deal. Commercial HVAC companies are typically authorized to work with one or two brands of heating and cooling units, and brand names like Lennox and Trane offer financing solutions. Take note of your options before you commit to anything.

3) Prioritize purchases. You may not be able to afford an entire overhaul of your heating and cooling system, but you may be able to budget repairs and product replacements that keep your units working a while long until you can afford to do more. Inspect your HVAC system to determine the trouble points and which need to be dealt with first.

When money is tight, you need to prioritize the budget for the sake of your business. Proper heating and cooling may not initially rank high on the list, but a comfortable environment for employees can lead to workflow improvement. Look for ways to finance quality commercial HVAC for your company.


Article Source: Kathryn Lively


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