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Find Out How to Reduce Your Commercial HVAC Costs and Maximize Efficiency

The information below is generic and may not apply to your particular system. For information on your particular system, feel free to give the Dr. a call!

You work hard to keep your business running smoothly. And that includes keeping the energy bills low. In an economy where every penny counts, it can be difficult to manage this without sacrificing comfort or productivity. But there are a few things you can do to help reduce your commercial HVAC costs and maximize efficiency. 

Check out these tips for a more comfortable and cheaper workplace, and remember to stay updated on EPA regulations so you don’t end up with fines. 

Understand how your HVAC system works 

The first thing you should do is understand how your HVAC system works. If you don't know how it functions, then you won't know if there are any problems. This is important for maintaining efficiency and reducing energy bills. 

One way to reduce your HVAC costs is by adding insulation to the pipes that carry the hot or cold fluid that circulates throughout the building. The more insulation, the less heat or cold will be lost through those pipes. You can also adjust the thermostat so that it doesn’t have to work as hard. This will help keep your costs down without sacrificing comfort levels. 

Another way you can reduce your commercial HVAC costs is by improving the company’s insulation during times of construction or renovation projects. When workers are replacing walls, they should take extra care to seal any openings where air could escape from the facility. And when additional windows are added, they should also be sealed tight so that no warm air escapes through them at night when they're closed and locked. 

Optimize Your HVAC System 

The first thing you can do to reduce your commercial HVAC costs is to optimize your system. This means making sure that the system is performing at its maximum efficiency. 

For example, if your thermostat is set to heat on a colder day, but the outside temperature rises enough for your building to be comfortable without heating, the HVAC system will run inefficiently and use more energy than it needs to. 

If you want to make sure that this doesn’t happen, you can manually adjust the thermostat setting or install an adjustable thermostat. These are usually easier to control and they automatically return back to the comfort level when the outside temperature drops below what you set it for. You might also want to consider installing weather stripping or caulking around doors and windows so less cold air gets in during the winter months. 

Reduce the Amount of Energy Used 

One thing you can do to reduce your commercial HVAC costs is to reduce the amount of energy used. One way to do this is by using natural light or daylighting. This will reduce the amount of electricity needed for artificial light, which saves on energy usage and reduces your bill. If you are installing new doors, windows, or lights, try to pick out ones that are energy efficient. 

You can also install LED lights in your office building. These lights use less energy than traditional office lights and can be cost-effective if you keep them on longer each day. Another option is installing motion sensor lighting in your building. Motion sensors turn off lights when there’s no activity in a room or hallway so you don’t have to worry about wasting energy when nobody’s around. 

Remember to Stay Updated on Regulations. 

One of the biggest factors in commercial HVAC costs is EPA regulations. You have to stay aware of legislation so you don’t have any violations. The EPA monitors the ozone level, which means if your company has many energy-sucking machines, it may be subject to fines. 


There are ways to reduce the cost of commercial HVAC without sacrificing comfort or productivity. One way is to invest in a programmable thermostat that will automatically lower your air conditioner or furnace whenever no one is using it. Another way is to invest in an energy-efficient light bulb that will save you money on utility bills and help reduce your carbon footprint at the same time. 

Temperature running high, call the Doctor!