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Are your facilities prepared for a seasonal temperature drop?

With summer now over and autumn upon us, many will have already noticed the seasonal transition prompting temperatures to fall quite sharply. It will soon be time to reach for the thicker garments and hot drinks as people take precautions in their quest to overcome the cold weather coming our way.

The human body is known for its ability to produce heat but with frosty mornings and chilly winds just around the corner, there’s no doubt that additional sources of warmth will soon be required.

In almost every business, staying one step ahead of the cold should be a top priority when the potential for a disgruntled workforce is so high.

At Andrews Heat for Hire, we excel when it comes to meeting customers’ demands, going above and beyond what’s expected with a proven track record spanning more than five decades. During the winter in particular, it’s of critical importance that the workplace for which you are responsible is kept suitably warm, whether that be an office, warehouse, healthcare facility or event.

Maintaining comfortable conditions for your employees is an understated yet essential faction of safeguarding employee wellbeing, with consequences aplenty for companies that full short of expectations. Excessive exposure to cold temperatures can cause disharmony, affect productivity, increase susceptibility to illness and, in extreme circumstances, lead to walkouts.

As the country’s leading supplier of temporary heater hire solutions, we provide a range of portable units that have been specifically designed for deployment in just about every kind of premises. Whether you’re looking for a small number of electric heaters for a typical office environment or a high capacity arrangement for large factory, we can be relied upon to deliver a solution.

Our equipment is also regularly used to accelerate a range of construction projects, whether that be to dry floor screed or plaster, work in conjunction with dehumidification units or as a frost protection measure.

We can take ownership of all aspects of your heating project including delivery, installation and associated fuel requirements, giving you peace of mind throughout the duration of a hire.

If you’d like to book a site survey with one of our engineers or discuss a potential need in greater detail, call us today on 0800 211 611.

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