It’s no secret that commercial property owners/managers and facility managers have a lot to do. One of the things you’re also responsible for is the performance of the building and then the costs associated with the energy usage, too. Continue reading
If you are researching or even considering a future HVAC install, you want to do your research. Here are 5 things to know or to find out before any commercial HVAC install. Continue reading
You may think of Spring as the season with the worst allergies, but are people in your office or the facility you manage complaining about allergies right now? Continue reading
We’re here to help you take steps so you can be sure that your building or office is high-performing AND comfortable.
And, the good news is that innovation and new advancements in the world of HVAC only continue year over year. Continue reading
What’s great about connected devices—or a smart office—is that it allows you to have ongoing access to your building’s thermostat, furnace, air conditioner, and fans.
Sometimes myths just seem to persist, despite evidence otherwise. That’s why we’re breaking down 8 common, persistent myths you may have heard related to industrial heating and cooling. Here are the myths…and the reality: Continue reading
Are people saying they aren’t as comfortable in the building as they were last summer? Or are you hearing noises you don’t normally hear coming from your heating and cooling equipment?
Here’s a list of common air conditioning warning signs you don’t want to ignore. It may not be a major problem, but it definitely signals it may be time for AC maintenance—or you could have the need for an AC repair. Continue reading
Did you know that only about 10 percent of all solid waste in our nation gets recycled?
What’s more is that 9 out of 10 people say they would recycle if it were easier on them (1). Continue reading
Have you ever sat in your office and thought that there’s a lot of energy being used to run your building?
If you have, you’re right. In fact, commercial facilities use nearly 19 percent of ALL the energy used in the US to run their buildings (4). Continue reading
Most Americans spend quite a lot of time indoors. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the majority of us spend as much as 90% of our working hours in an office or indoor environment (1).
The quality of the air we are breathing inside these buildings has a direct impact on our lungs, our body systems, our comfort, and our day to day well-being. This makes the quality of this indoor air a major concern to businesses, building managers, tenants, and employees of these spaces.