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Why you should install an air source heat pump before opening your business

Are you currently setting up a new business? If so, you will need to ensure that your offices or other premises are operational and properly-equipped before you and your employees can start using them. For example, you’ll need to ensure that the office building is safe and structurally sound. You’ll also need to move in office equipment and other crucial items. Because you have so much else to do, you may be tempted to wait until later to install a central heating and air conditioning system. However, this isn’t advisable. We recommend installing an air source heat pump for heating and cooling before your offices or premises open their doors to employees and clients for the first time. In today’s blog, we’ll explain why.

1. Minimising disruption

Due to the fact that a single air source heat pump can take care of both your heating and air conditioning needs, installing one is quicker and easier than installing alternative systems. However, installing any type of heating or conditioning system causes a disruption to your usual business activities. It’s therefore advisable to have your air source heat pump fitted before your business starts operating. Doing so will help you avoid unnecessary disruptions later.

2. Making your first day in business a success

Your first day in business is critical. That why it’s important to make sure that both your employees and clients are comfortable. If they aren’t, they may not be able to work efficiently or interact with your business in a positive way. High-quality heating and air conditioning are vital if you want to keep everyone in your workplace comfortable. That’s why you should install an air source heat pump before anyone steps into your office or premises.

3. Managing costs

If you don’t install an air source heat pump before your business starts operating, your employees may have to use other methods to keep cool or stay warm. For example, they may use fans or portable, plug-in heaters. These devices are more expensive to run than an air source heat pump. Installing a heat pump before your business opens its doors is sensible because it means you and your employees won’t have to use alternate methods of managing your premises’ temperature.

If you’re setting up a new business in a new premises, get in touch with us today. Here at I-HT, we’re happy to install air source heat pumps in any type of premises.

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