Reasons why to use Temp Climate Control over Permanent for Construction
Ryan Creagan, the Director of Client Development at Polygon, explores the topic of permanent HVAC systems versus temporary solutions for construction sites. He highlights that contractors often consider using temporary systems to condition the building before full occupancy.
Ryan advises customers to utilize a tenant system instead of the permanent HVAC system during the construction phase. This approach helps avoid voiding the warranty of the permanent system due to construction debris and increased moisture generated during normal construction activities. Additionally, using a tenant system can expedite drywall drying times, manage interior finish specifications, and effectively remove moisture from the environment.
The video emphasizes the importance of choosing the appropriate HVAC solution based on the specific needs of the construction site. By opting for temporary systems, contractors can ensure the preservation of warranties while effectively addressing moisture and debris concerns. The goal is to achieve optimal conditions during construction without compromising the performance and longevity of the permanent HVAC system.