So many of us are working from home right now and it’s important to make sure we are as productive as possible. One key to productivity that many people don’t think about is the temperature they’re working in. If it’s uncomfortable, you may not get as much done and you may even be tempted to fall asleep.
Measure Comfort by Your Office Temperature
Do whatever you need to do to get your office at a temperature that works for you. The good news is, you’re the only one there so you don’t have to take anyone else’s preferences into account. Set your thermostat so your office is the right temperature for you and get more done every day.
Use Personal Comfort Devices
If you don’t want to heat or cool your whole house, get a room A/C or a space heater and use that to keep your office comfortable. You can even keep the rest of the house warmer or cooler than usual, as long as you can get work done in the office.
Clean the Air
Indoor air quality can be a major problem. If you move into your home office and find that you aren’t feeling well or you have more allergies, consider upgrading your air filter or installing a whole-home air filtration solution. These can help you feel better so your health doesn’t impede your performance.
If you need help figuring out how to get comfortable while working from home, call us at Larry & Sons today. We’ll help you find the solutions you need for maximum productivity.