The Summer Is Closing In … slowly
Just as it seems we’re about to see the end of the cold and miserable British weather we’ve become so accustomed to, it strikes back in full force. That said, we did experience a few days of glorious sunshine which served as a welcome reminder that the summer is, albeit slowly, on its way.
For maintenance engineers, the summer isn’t necessarily synonymous with happiness. Un-insulated boiler rooms bursting with sweltering heat, clogged HVAC equipment due to the proliferation of pollen, leaves and airborne debris, and client complaints because it’s too hot/too cold, all contribute to what can be an extremely stressful time for maintenance personnel.
As always, we can help.
With a highly experienced team of insulation specialists, we can ensure that heat loss is kept to a minimum, making that work environment more tolerable for your engineers (and your client’s energy bill).
Our air intake screens can prevent airborne debris from clogging chiller coils and AHU inlets, reducing the time your engineers spend cleaning HVAC equipment (and keeping cooling equipment running efficiently for your client).
At ECEX, we don’t charge for advice, so please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01635 244 100 so we could help you get the most out your engineers (whilst saving energy of course). After all, the best advice is always free.