Commercial HVAC – Improving the Air Quality in Your Office Space

Commercial HVAC St. Louis

At Thomas Hoffmann Air Conditioning and Heating, we can improve your office space’s airflow and air quality. Most office buildings have large windows that can’t be opened to let in the fresh air. If you are a business owner or manager, your employees need an adequate ventilation system to maintain comfort levels and avoid poor …

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Commercial HVAC Installation – Tips for Choosing the Right Size

Commercial HVAC Installtion

We can help you choose a commercial HVAC system that provides effortless comfort for your employees, clients, and customers. You understand how important it is to choose the right commercial HVAC system. We do too. Let Thomas Hoffmann Air Conditioning and Heating help you choose the right system for your building and budget. If you …

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Commercial Heating Issues – What Can Go Wrong?

Commercial Heating St. Louis

With over 30 years of experience and a master technician and mechanical engineer as our owner, we can replace, repair, and provide maintenance for your business HVAC system. Your commercial heating system does more than keep the temperature at a consistent level. It creates a comfortable, productive space for your employees, tenants, or customers. If …

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Commercial Furnace Repair – Expert Service for Your St. Louis Business

Commercial HVAC Repair

If you are a local St. Louis business owner and need furnace repair or maintenance, contact us today to schedule your appointment. To keep your clients and employees comfortable this winter, your commercial HVAC system must work correctly. Equipment failures or malfunctions could lead to downtime, reduced profits, and productivity losses. As a business owner …

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Why HVAC Maintenance Is Crucial to Your Workplace Productivity

Office HVAC Maintenance STL

Regular HVAC maintenance is essential for a comfortable working environment that increases your employees’ productivity. Believe it or not, temperature plays a key role in determining workplace productivity. In fact, productivity drops by about 4% per degree when temperatures exceed 80 degrees in situations where physical labor is involved. The same also applies to offices …

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