Use Our Energy to Save Yours!®
HVAC systems are the single largest energy consuming building system in most commercial facilities in the United States. As the cost of energy increases, the importance of proper service and maintenance is magnified, and upgrading or replacing outdated or less-efficient systems makes good business sense. Our services are timely as more and more federal and state agencies provide incentives to help your business increase energy efficiency. We deliver lower operating costs to our clients by reducing energy consumption. This is accomplished with engineered solutions that deliver more efficient building systems such as heating, cooling, and lighting.
Our understanding of the technology and the economics of building systems delivers meaningful, engineered solutions for you. Effective performance of your building systems will drive down total energy costs, and the energy cost savings often offset the cost to install improved systems and maintain them for efficiency.
We also offer you services that reduce consumption without major capital investments. These include:
• HVAC system and plant modernization
• Energy audits and reporting
• Building automation systems
• Lighting technology and control upgrades
The benefits are huge for today and tomorrow.
By taking positive steps, you can start saving today by:
• Reducing operation, maintenance and energy costs;
• Improving occupant productivity, comfort and satisfaction;
• Increasing the value of your asset or property;
• And capitalizing on potential government and utility tax deductions, rebates, and incentives.
You will help build a brighter future by:
• Positioning your company as a leader in environmental stewardship;
• Conserving natural resources while improving air and water quality;
• Reducing your facility’s carbon footprint;
• And potentially earning Energy Star® and LEED recognition.
To qualify for ENERGY STAR certification, a building must perform in the top 25 percent of similar facilities nationwide for energy efficiency and meet strict energy efficiency performance levels set by the EPA. Commercial buildings that earn ENERGY STAR certification use an average of 35 percent less energy than traditional structures and also release 35 percent less carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.