Integrating Climate Control Within a MedSpa Facility

Laser treatment rooms in medical spas must strike a delicate balance when it comes to room temperature. Getting the temperature “just right” often proves more challenging than one would think.

The climate control needs of MedSpas are more varied and nuanced than other types of offices and commercial buildings due to the type of treatments performed. In this post, we’ll take a look at some of the behind-the-scenes mechanical needs you must consider as you build a medical spa in South Florida.

HVAC Requirements for MedSpas

Most MedSpas offer a variety of treatments in their facilities and commonly this includes laser treatments. To account for laser treatments, there should be certain mechanical systems in place. For example:

  • Extraction and exhaust devices – These should be in place to remove any smells that may come from conducting procedures in the environment.

  • Zoned cooling opportunities – Each treatment room should have the option to control its own climate. This is especially important as some rooms may offer multiple types of treatment. Depending on the procedure, some rooms will need to be cooler than others as the laser itself produces heat.

An efficient, high-quality HVAC system is essential to your MedSpa as it can improve the air quality, control humidity levels and enhance the overall comfort for clients in your MedSpa. Our team at Seacoast Construction can help you evaluate all your mechanical needs in order to provide the highest level of service to your guests. Get in touch with us today to learn more about how we can help.



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