Every businessman wants his company to grow rapidly and be profitable. The work atmosphere has a huge impact on this. Satisfied employees work more efficiently, are more committed and more likely to achieve goals.

A huge influence on well-being, which translates into efficiency, is the temperature and airflow. The minimum temperature in an office space should be 18 degrees Celsius, the maximum 28 degrees Celsius.

Why installing air conditioning in the office can be considered an investment:

  1. Thermal comfort: Air conditioning provides an optimal temperature, especially on hot days, which translates into employee well-being and productivity.
  2. Air humidity: Air conditioning helps maintain proper humidity, which is important for health. Excessive dryness or humidity can lead to respiratory and skin problems.
  3. Property value: Having air conditioning can increase the attractiveness of a workplace to potential buyers or tenants.
  4. Energy and savings: Modern air conditioners are increasingly energy efficient, which translates into long-term financial benefits.


To make sure that air conditioning does not harm employees, it is advisable to:

1. Regularly maintain air conditioning systems, including filter cleaning, to ensure clean air. Contaminated air leads to health problems, allergies and increased asthma symptoms.

The answer may be to enter into a service contract for annual air conditioning maintenance. A service contract guarantees that each unit will be kept in optimal condition, and that any faults or failures will be repaired as soon as possible.

2. Humidity control – an excess of which in the office promotes the growth of mold and mildew, which can lead to health problems, including allergies and infections. Too low humidity leads to dry skin, eye and respiratory irritation. It is important to maintain adequate humidity levels in the range of 40-60% by using appropriate equipment.

Modern air conditioning models able to purify, ionize the air. They are able to maintain the most comfortable range of humidity in the room, equipped with LED UVC lamps.

3. Noise from the air conditioner should not be generated at a level of more than 60 dB. The most comfortable units are those operating below 40 dB.


How to properly set up air conditioning in the office in summer

Avoid large temperature differences

When the temperature outside exceeds 30°C, it is a good idea to avoid rapidly lowering the temperature indoors. Too rapid a change can put a strain on the cardiovascular and immune systems, which can lead to colds even on hot days. The ideal difference between outdoor and indoor temperatures is 5-9°C. So if it’s 30°C outside the window, the minimum temperature in the room should be between 21°C and 24°C. In the case of very hot weather, it is advisable to gradually lower the temperature so that the body has time to adapt to the changes and avoid the stress of the temperature difference.

The temperature on the remote control and the supply temperature?

The indicator on the remote control tells us the temperature the air conditioner is supposed to maintain in the room, not the supply air temperature. This is important because the supply air temperature can be lower, and staying near the supply air can lead to cold. It is worth noting that many air conditioners with remote control have an “I feel” or similar function. With a special sensor in the remote control, the air conditioner can accurately detect the temperature where the remote is. This allows you to control the room temperature more precisely. Just place the remote next to you and the air conditioner will automatically adjust to reach the desired temperature.

Air conditioning for the office – types of equipment used

Different types of air conditioning are used in offices, in addition to the popular split systems with wall-mounted indoor units. Here are some examples:

  1. Cassette air conditioners: these indoor units are mounted on the ceiling. Their front panel is designed to evenly distribute cold air in four directions. They look like pyramids, and the angle can be adjusted. They work optimally when office equipment is placed along the walls to avoid mixing heat from running equipment with cooled air.
  2. Ducted air conditioners: Perfect for larger offices where cooling or heating is done through concealed ductwork in ceilings or walls. They are characterized by increased power and low outlet air temperature. When planning the office space, you need to consider the placement of grilles and vents.
  3. Floor and ceiling air conditioners: These are used where other systems cannot be installed or the shape of the room is unusual.


The choice depends on:

  1. The size of the rooms.
  2. Insolation of the interior.
  3. Number of persons in the office.
  4. The household appliances and electronics used.

For small offices, SPLIT air conditioners work well.  For larger spaces, consider multi-split.

You can order a free quote in three ways:

  • fill out the contact form on the website;
  • send an email inquiry;
  • call the office at 691 222 252