Years ago, it would have been important to include a lot of information in this kind of article about why homeowners and business owners in Connecticut would consider investing in solar power. We would share important statistics and anecdotes showing that solar power:Read More
While it may not be top of mind, refrigerant management is an important topic. In fact, it can potentially mean the difference of tens of thousands of dollars on your commercial facility’s annual balance sheet, especially if your HVAC equipment is more than eight years old, but isn’t yet in need of replacing.Read More
Did you know that there really is such a thing as Sick Building Syndrome? It’s true, and it could be impacting your connecticut building right now.
Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) is known to affect tenants and employees in commercial buildings, and indications include acute negative health symptoms connected with the time a person spends in a particular structure or area within the facility.Read More
As a commercial building owner or facility manager, you need to be concerned about rising energy costs. On one hand, you’d love to implement everything you can to improve your building’s energy efficiency and lower those costs immediately, but on the other hand, you’re busy and an unorganized list of ideas is overwhelming.Read More
Did you know that the average data center uses more than 100 times as much energy as any other commercial facility of equivalent size? That’s mind boggling, but it clearly explains why energy efficiency is such a hot topic for companies in numerous industries. These buildings, dedicated to network servers, facilitate billions of online interactions every day, sorting and storing data that’s become essential to modern life in many lands.Read More
Knowing when to upgrade or replace HVAC equipment is an essential part of keeping capital expenditure (capex) budgets in check for facilities throughout Connecticut. We all know that HVAC units do not last forever. However, maintaining HVAC equipment with a plan in place is a much better way to optimize an annual budget than being faced with unexpected or emergency HVAC repairs.Read More