When you work to improve your HVAC, what you’re really doing is working to improve the comfortability and health of your employees. Poor HVAC management can impact your employees in a variety of ways. If you struggle to maintain your equipment, it could result in an uncomfortable indoor environment — which can lead to employee […]Read More »
If you’re wondering how to improve indoor air quality, then you’ve come to the right place. Having good indoor air quality (IAQ) is an important facet of managing your business. With good IAQ, your employees will be more comfortable and more productive. You should also experience fewer HVAC issues since your equipment will be better […]Read More »
What is indoor air quality and why is it important? According to ASHRAE: “Good IAQ (indoor air quality) is achieved by providing air in occupied spaces in which there are no known or expected contaminants at concentrations likely to be harmful and no conditions that are likely to be associated with occupant health or comfort […]Read More »
What is needlepoint bipolar ionization and how can this innovative technology help your business with spring cleaning this year? First and foremost, needlepoint bipolar ionization (NPBI) works wonders when it comes to the spread of COVID-19. Beyond COVID-19, however, NPBI can also neutralize indoor odors, kill pathogens, and reduce unwanted particles in the air. To […]Read More »
When it comes to COVID-19 reopening, California businesses and establishments are all over the place. You might be fully open, operating at partial capacity, operating outdoors or online only, or completely closed. No matter what your situation is, however, one thing is for certain: Your building should be working to integrate new procedures and equipment […]Read More »
With businesses preparing to safely reopen their doors for guests and employees, more and more business owners and managers are left wondering: Can HVAC technology help reduce the spread of COVID-19, and if so, what technology is the most effective? Luckily, there is HVAC technology that can help reduce the transmission of COVID-19 indoors and […]Read More »
Commercial tenants who experience 3 annual interruptions to HVAC service have a 56% probability of not renewing their lease. If they also have problems dealing with building management, that probability increases to 80%.
Thank You for the quality of service that you have given this division over the past 20 years. Any time we have called with an issue regarding our air conditioning units, you have responded very quickly and professionally. Under our maintenance agreement you have kept all of our units serviced and in excellent running condition. Your staff is professional and always available to meet our needs in a timely manner.
Berry Petroleum Company South Midway Sunset Asset Team division