If you own a business, you know that everything is done electronically in this day and age. With technology comes electronics – expensive computers and devices that keep your business going. You’ve probably learned by now that all these electronic devices holding your precious data generate a lot of heat. To protect the core of your business -your data – it’s essential to keep the room you store this equipment in cool. This can be complicated and involves more than installing a few fans. Let’s take a closer look.
Use a Professional Company
A professional HVAC company, like L&M Heating and Cooling, can create a cooling system in your business that allows you to control the temperature not only in different rooms but in different zones. These types of multi-split air conditioning systems use variable refrigerant flow control, allowing the temperature to vary in different zones.
The Only Way to Avoid Overheating
Using a standard air conditioning system with only one thermostat means you’d either have to keep your entire facility at a very low temperature, wasting money and energy, or risk your data center overheating and potentially losing valuable information. L&M Heating and Cooling will ensure that your data center is continually kept at a safe temperature, while the rest of your facility is at a comfortable temperature for you and your employees. It is not only safer, but it can also save a tremendous amount of money over time.
Power outages happen, and you need to be prepared for them. Even a short-term power loss could cause your data center to overheat, especially in the extreme heat of the summer. Use a portable spot cooler when your AC fails. Although this is only a temporary solution, it will keep you covered until the power is restored or L&M Heating and Cooling comes to inspect your system.
Call L&M Heating and Cooling today to install your personalized AC system to protect your data center.