How COVID-19 Is Reshaping the HVAC Landscape

The COVID-19 pandemic has touched every corner of society and enterprise, and the HVAC industry is not exempt from that impact. That’s why key industry players like Engineered Cooling Services are working to provide agile solutions that help companies keep pace during this unprecedented and uncertain period.

Engineered Cooling Services has partnered with XOI Technologies, allowing the company’s technicians to document and record via video any and all work performed on a customer’s site. This record, stored securely in the cloud, helps provide a near-real time review of work.

The company has also partnered with Global Plasma Solutions to leverage Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization technology to provide safer, cleaner air during both the return to work as a new normal dawns and well into the future.

To learn more, check out the video above featuring Engineered Cooling Services COO Drew Adams.

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