PPE: People Protecting Each Other
The winter season means people will begin moving activities indoors, gathering in closer quarters, and enjoying less humidity in the air—all ideal conditions for the increased spread of colds, flu, and other viruses including coronavirus.
Take it from your leading HVAC expert that a well-maintained HVAC system can help toward improving indoor air quality by limiting the spread and survival of airborne illnesses like the virus that causes COVID-19.
We can assure you that we will be working hard to do our part to optimize our customers’ HVAC systems to ensure positive indoor air quality. Here is what you can do to help protect yourself, and your family, coworkers, and friends during the upcoming winter cold and flu season.
- Get your annual flu shot! The CDC recommends that every person 6 months of age and older should get a flu vaccine every season with rare exceptions.
- Frequently wash your hands for 20 seconds with soap and water. Use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap is not available.
- Whenever you are in public—indoors or outdoors—keep six feet of distance between you and anyone who does not live with you.
- Cover your mouth and nose with a face mask anytime you are going to be around someone who does not live with you. Remember: This is to protect others in case you are contagious but are not showing symptoms.
It’s time to reevaluate your commercial HVAC system
Safe public environments for shopping, business, schools, and entertainment are a necessity. This is where we come in. CoolSys technicians can help to ensure that your current HVAC system meets all standards of safety and efficiency. We can give you an expert analysis of how an upgrade can help meet evolving safety standards while maintaining the original integrity and life expectancy of your HVAC system.
When we come to service your equipment, the face of your CoolSys technician wearing a mask is a representation of CoolSys’ commitment to the health and safety of the people we serve, customers and consumers alike. We are grateful to our employees, customers, and all citizens who are doing their part to protect public health by taking important recommended safety measures.