Benefits of HVAC on Productivity Part 2
If you want to increase the efficiency of your employees, then pay attention to your HVAC system.
HVAC temperature settings
You should know that the difference between indoor and outdoor temperature should not be more than 10 degrees for the body to acclimatize. Huge temperature differences can negatively affect productivity and jeopardize health in general.
How does humidity affect productivity?
The ideal humidity level for maximum comfort varies from person to person. The relative humidity level for human health and comfort is between 45% and 55%. However, the ideal humidity for maximum comfort also depends on the time of year. To improve your home humidity, you can get a humidifier and attach it directly to your home’s HVAC system.
Working in difficult conditions in the summer
During a hot summer period, the productivity of employees decreases rapidly. Mistakes are common, and mood drops and stress spread. In addition to a worse work ethic and increased error level, the weakened immune system opens the way for illnesses. You can then have low concentration, exhaustion, and in extreme cases, heat stroke and fainting. The most effective way to maximize thermal comfort for your employees is through a proper Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system.
You can always schedule a regular air duct cleaning with your local HVAC company to ensure your HVAC is in working condition.