It’s important to ensure that public buildings have good ventilation to improve air flow and regulate temperature. Not only does this help companies save money on cooling their premises, but it also makes sure that the indoor temperature of your facilities is regulated and doesn’t overheat during the summer months. For public transport facilities where customers will be waiting for buses, trains, and other vehicles, it’s important to circulate fresh air into the building and keep temperatures low during the summer to avoid heatstroke and potential litigation from health issues resulting from intense indoor heat. No one likes a muggy bus station!
I spoke to Genesis Roofing Vents who are located in Perth walked me through how they installed roof ventilation at a train station in the area for a transport corporation, “The job was a challenging, but we love a good challenge!” Jason from Genesis Roofing explained.
“It was a big job, but we were happy to help. We installed a variety of different vents in the roofing to keep the air circulating. Ever since we installed them, they’re reportedly saved up to 41% of their energy bill this year, which is very impressive. If you’re looking to keep the inside of your building cool and well-ventilated year-round, this is the best way to do it!”
Having good ventilation is not only more economical, but more friendly to the environment. With global warming headlines in the news, we’re reminded of how we impact the Earth here in Australia. Having good ventilation results in better indoor temperature regulation, which lowers the amount of power we consume. Reduce your company’s carbon footprint by using good practices like this!
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