Just like any other business, a commercial building needs to bring in more money than it costs, or it’s not going to last long. Many building owners are shocked to learn how much money they’re wasting due to relatively simple HVAC issues that go unresolved. If you’re looking for ways to economize, here are three areas you can look into with the help of a professional commercial HVAC company:Read More
Have you ever found a wallet lying on the ground?
If so, you’ll understand the different factors that go into deciding what to do in such a situation. You could pick it up, take any cash that’s in it, and drop it in a garbage can. And, in all likelihood, you’ll never be reminded of it again. Or, you could do the right thing by locating the wallet’s owner and returning it to him intact.Read More
Energy efficiency is of prime concern to businesses and individuals alike, both from a financial and an ecological standpoint. On the surface, it makes sense to push for the highest possible efficiency for mechanical systems, in order to save the most money.Read More
Commercial facility owners and managers find incredible value in using operating costs, projected usage, historic analysis, and other metrics that have a bearing on the true ROI of an HVAC upgrade. These metrics enable facility owners to quantify the value of investing in commercial HVAC services. Here is a real-life example of a project driven by such data.Read More
This is true in the area of HVAC system upgrades and commercial facility energy optimization as it is anywhere else: In order to effectively improve a commercial building’s energy efficiency and see real, tangible results that affect the bottom line, the hardware and software needs to work together to actively collect, analyze, and act on a tremendous amount of data.Read More
It’s no surprise that commercial buildings focused on efficient energy use can save tens, even hundreds of thousands of dollars annually. But there is more to this story than simple cost savings.
Becoming more energy efficient impacts long-term sustainability and the quality of the environment we’re leaving for our children and grandchildren to enjoy. By focusing now on reducing demand on the current power grid, we create capacity for continued economic growth and expansion that will inevitably increase demand in the future. We also reduce CO2 emissions (20% of which are directly related to building usage) and create a more sustainable environment.Read More
You’ve likely heard the maxim, “You can’t know where you’re going until you know where you’ve been.” At its heart, that’s the basis of the energy audit performed on commercial facilities: to see where the facility has been in terms of energy usage and efficiency in order to determine where it’s going - and how to improve that course.
Essentially, an energy audit reviews past energy usage by the facility and compares it to expected energy usage if the building were fully optimized. The difference between the two becomes a list of actions the building owners can take to improve efficiency, lower energy usage, and control costs.Read More
It’s amazing to look back now at predictions of the future that were made early in the 20th century. Not just because some of them were so far off it’s funny, (where are those flying cars they promised us?) but even more because of how dead on so many of those predictions turned out to be.Read More