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3 Reasons A Ducted Air Conditioner May Be Right For Your New Office

by Jill Jenkins

If you are currently in the process of building a new office building, make sure that you include air conditioning in your building's plan. It can be tough for employees to focus and get work done in the summer if your building is too hot. The best way to ensure that your employees will be able to perform well in the summer is by installing an air conditioning system in your new office building. Here are two reasons a ducted air condition system could be just what your new office needs.

A Ducted Air Conditioning System Is Easy To Control

One of the biggest advantages of a ducted air conditioning system is that is extremely easy to control. Most ducted air conditioning systems have one central control panel, making it easy for you to set the temperature for your entire office building with the flick of a single button. 

Advances in technology have also made it really easy to customize the programming for your ducted air conditioning system. You can set the air conditioning to turn off after all of your employees have left for the day, and you can program it to turn on an hour or so before your employees start arriving. If you don't use your office building on the weekends, you can even program it to more energy efficient temperature when your office will be unoccupied. 

A Ducted Air Conditioning System Provides Uniform Environment

If you go with a ducted air conditioning system, ducts will be installed throughout your building in strategic points that will ensure consistent and uniform air flow throughout your office. Due to how a duct system, when properly installed, distributes air, your office should have a uniform environment.

No area should be hotter or colder than the rest of your building. When you walk around, you should be able to feel the same level of comfort in every room you enter. 

A Ducted Air Conditioning System Is Really Quiet 

You don't want to install an air conditioning system in your office building that is too loud. If your air conditioning system is too loud, your employees will have a hard time talking to customers on the phone as well as to each other. You need an air conditioning system that is so quiet you can barely even tell that it is there.

With a ducted air conditioning system, the fans that pump the air throughout the system are largely hidden out of sight and make minimal noise when they are up and running. Your employees will be able to hear everything that is going on around them with a ducted air conditioning system.

Think carefully about the type of air conditioning system you want installed in your new office building. Talk to a contractor like Robinson Heating & Cooling Inc and see if a ducted air conditioning system is right for you new building. 

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