Maintaining the proper industrial environment for Atlanta shipping warehouses requires strategic rental heating, cooling, and ventilation decisions. From the outside, if you don’t look too closely, shipping warehouses are the most basic of buildings: essentially four walls, some loading dock doors, and few if any interior walls that cut into storage space. It’s what is stored in the warehouses and how the buildings are used that set each of them apart. Some need to maintain low interior temperatures for products requiring cold storage. With other warehouses, humidity is the issue. In a warehouse that serves as a distribution center, ventilation with outside air is important to expel vehicle exhaust. If saving energy is a top priority, recycling inside air is the best plan.
When delivering rental air conditioning services in Atlanta warehouse operations, American Spot Cooling engineers work along with the shipping warehouse operations manager to design a rental cooling system that meets the challenges of the building’s architecture, the products stored within it, and the activities in the warehouse. Of course, we don't just cool Atlanta shipping warehouses, we heat them as well, but thank goodness the need for heat is past for months to come.