The festive period is here! Didn’t that come around quickly?
It’s a season filled with the joy of spending time with family and friends, overindulging in your favourite food and alcohol without feeling any guilt, and of course, enjoying all of your favourite Christmas traditions.
But, as well as being a joyous, fun-filled time, there are a few things about the Christmas period that are almost unbearable…
Although wrapping presents can be so frustrating and the preparation involved in creating a delicious Christmas dinner is enough to break the best of us, there really is nothing worse than battling your way through crowds of frantic Christmas shoppers during the festive period.
Why the shops insist on cranking up the heating to a point that the temperature matches that of the Sahara Desert, we’ll never know!
The mad rush of Christmas shopping can be a bad experience at the best of times. Let’s face it, the over-crowded shopping centres and queues for tills are enough to test anyone’s patience, without the added stress of over-heating. And of course, before leaving the house in winter many of us also pile on the layers including thick jumpers, big coats, gloves, scarves and hats!
Shops seem to forget that shoppers have already braced the freezing journey into town and are already going to be wrapped up! With this in mind, the last thing shoppers need is facing an over powering wall of heat as they step into the store they are visiting, right?
The good news is, there is a solution! Installing air conditioning not only improves air quality and ventilation, but it is also ideal for keeping shops and shopping centres cool and comfortable throughout the festive period. After all, a shop that is hot and stuffy can have a huge impact on footfall and sales. After all, your goal should be to maximise sales not drive customers out of the door!
Air conditioning is not only a great addition to shopping environments during the summer months, but it is also ideal for maintaining a comfortable temperature all year round, particularly during busy shopping periods.
There’s nothing worse than a shop that is stifling hot and unbearably stuffy when you are trying to tick off your Christmas shopping list.