8 Ways Your Commercial HVAC System Can Save You Money

Write Some Energy-Saving Policies

Regardless of the size of your business, where you operate, or what you do, if you haven't written energy-saving policies, you're missing out on a huge opportunity to cut costs.

Continually Check Energy-Saving Practices

Your building will change over time, as will the way your HVAC system uses energy. Your business and its policies must change with it to ensure they are effective.

Educate Your Employees

They most likely aren't wasting energy on purpose, but if they haven't been properly trained on energy reduction procedures, they can have a negative impact. 

Use Programmable Thermostats

Smart technology is revolutionizing the way businesses and homeowners can monitor and control HVAC usage. If your business won't be open for a while, you can remotely configure your HVAC to use as little energy.

Make The Repairs Right Away

Skid for a few months when the heater is noisy or the air conditioner isn't cooling, because it should seem like a sneaky way to save money, but it isn't in the long run.

Schedule Regular Maintenance

When your heating and cooling systems are running at peak efficiency, it costs less to run them on a daily basis. In fact, taking a proactive approach to building maintenance is the key to avoiding costly road repairs.

Run An Energy Audit

Collect and evaluate energy bills from the last 2-3 years and look for spikes in consumption or seasonal trends.

Find A Trusted HVAC Professional to Keep on Hand

IdesignAC can help you with all of these tips and our technicians are trained to identify dozens of other ways You can increase the energy efficiency of your HVAC system.