You may notice that many stores have different temperatures they keep their A/C systems set at. Depending on what is being sold, this could have a lot to do with the setting. What will the store sell and what type of customers will be shopping? Both of these answers will be important when having you’re A/C
unit set up in your store. Clothing, food goods, electronics, etc. need to stay dry and cool. Air that is cold can hold less moisture than air that is hot. Also, think about the traffic in and out of the store? Are there people constantly coming in and out and if so doesn’t that effect the A/C system output? These are important questions to ask when installing
or maintaining an air conditioning system in a public store.
On top of everything…..let’s add the Florida humidity and summer temperatures into the mix. When it's July, it can be 95 degrees with a 98% humidity level. At this point you need to make sure your customers can shop in a cool and comfortable atmosphere and keep your inventory cool with no moisture. On the flip side, it can be January, 75 degrees and lower humidity
but all of the snow birds are here and your store is packed. Delivery trucks are coming in and out, employees are changing shifts and your customer base has doubled.
Let us show you how to use your air conditioning unit to suit your needs. We have experienced many installs where the duct work is mis-aligned or the systems is not big enough to handle the stress of in and out traffic. We are here to help you and your customers stay cool, dry and comfortable.