A heating system isn’t just a luxury in San Francisco; it’s a necessity. A temperate climate gives way to cool nights where the thermostat often drops near freezing.
Knowing you have an efficient heating system is a warm consolation whether you’re a homeowner with a family to think or a business owner creating a safe and comfortable work environment for employees. But what happens if your heating equipment fails?
Sure, you could drag out that beaten-up space heater and huddle under a furry carapace of moth-bitten and mottled blankets. But continuous exposure to the cold carries the risk of developing hypothermia, along with a host of other medical complications, warns the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The only solution: emergency heating equipment. Not only is it a suitable and capable substitute for your system, but a professionally-installed system won’t let you down, even on the coldest nights.
Follow this guide to buy or rent the best temporary heating equipment in San Francisco for your specific needs:
In 2015, 10% of all fire deaths were caused by faulty or misused heating equipment, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. Enlisting the help of an experienced technician to install your emergency heating equipment is definitely worth the price of admission.
This will not only prevent a disaster down the line, but a trained technician can also ensure that your equipment is functioning efficiently, lowering consumption and cutting down on your electricity bill. Be sure to look out for the following features to improve the safety of your emergency heating equipment:
- Anti-tipping technology;
- Automatic shut off functionality; and
- Head guards.
What’s warm for one person may be sweltering for another. Finding a heating system with adjustable settings will give you added control over the heat in your home or business.
Not only can you tailor the temps to your tastes, but being able to switch temperatures on the fly will ensure that you’re not consuming energy above and beyond your needs.
3. Fan Blower
A built-in blower, or fan, will help distribute the heat more evenly around your home or business. The result: the distribution of heat is ultimately less patchy, giving you a consistent temperature throughout your space.
Want to Buy or Rent a Temporary Heating System?
Allied Rental Co. offers a wide range of emergency heating equipment in San Francisco for a variety of needs and budgets. Click here to compare systems or call us at 415-644-5792.