How Local HVAC Professionals Deliver Peace of Mind in Uncertain Times

With the new normal on the horizon but the ripple effects of the COVID-19 pandemic far from over, companies across the globe are looking for peace of mind and security.

It’s all about finding fewer variables to worry about – and, particularly when it comes to their HVAC systems and solutions, having local professionals dedicated to ensuring their system is operational at all times can provide that relief.

In this video, Service Logic Maintenance Sales Rep Brittney Johnson outlines how these local professionals can deliver the peace of mind companies are after.

“HVAC maintenance is so important [right now],” she said. “That’s why we’ve been implementing a clean air technology that is not UV light and is beyond MERV 13 filters. … [And] having that network is such a great tool to use.”

By networking constantly, Johnson said she’s been able to keep a finger on the pulse of local business owners and facilities managers during this unprecedented time, helping identify their most critical needs and partnering with them to find answers.

“Buildings are not occupied like they were, and some are not occupied at all,” she said. “Sometimes, I feel like HVAC can kind of fall to the bottom of people’s totem poles.”

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