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With the holiday season coming in full force, many businesses are trying to capitalize on the season and generate as much profit as they possibly can. But, there will always be expenses that you just can’t dodge. Office spaces can be a tough thing to maintain throughout the winter season and can become pretty costly if they are not managed right. There are several ways that you can heat up your office efficiently without having to buy everybody in it a pair of wool socks and some sweaters.
First, if you have more than a one floor office building or even one with several floors, you can install ceiling fans to help push some of that warm air upwards towards the higher floors. Look into ceiling fan heaters as well because these heaters produce heat that is subsequently circulated by the ceiling fan.
Changing out your office space’s furnace filter may help as well. Your furnace may not be running properly simply because the filter is clogged. Installing weather stripping on your office windows and doors can be pretty efficient as well. This will help to keep heat from escaping through any gaps in the doors and windows. This leads us into installing insulation throughout the office. Trapping the heat in your office will lead you to saving money on your electrical bills since you don’t constantly have to be messing with the thermostat.
Lastly, install some programmable thermostats in your office. The temperature of the whole office can be adjusted instead of just the temperature in one room. You also can set it to turn off when no one is in the office so that you are not wasting money while the office is not in use.
These days saving money is crucial and no one wants to waste money on trivial matters that really wouldn’t think about everyday. Being on the verge of winter heating should not be a worry for your office this season and the holidays can be a warm and cozy time.
Posted November 16, 2012
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-Tony and Amy K.