How the Intense Georgia Heat Affects Your HVAC & Employees
Middle Georgia has experienced several days that are over 100 degrees, and the humidity that comes later in the summer can be worse! The combination of higher temps and humidity can create discomfort that is dangerous and unforgiving if you are playing or working outside. When HVAC equipment fails, the heat and humidity transfer to inside spaces where workers need proper ventilation to be efficient. The Hays Service team finds many systems that are running but have not been serviced properly. This makes it almost impossible to reduce humidity and keep up with outside temperatures. In addition, energy costs rise due to neglect of proper preventative measures and the resulting premature failure of major components.