August 2018

Whether the calendar indicates intense August heat or an approaching winter chill, your HVAC system deserves to be in top shape!  Let us help you reduce the chance of an unexpected breakdown and  keep your HVAC system up and running all season long.  Schedule an appointment with  Air Temp Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.  today!


Reduce HVAC Energy with Smart Sensors
HVAC systems account for 39% of the energy used in commercial buildings in the U.S., according to the Whole Building Design Group. With Internet of Things devices and smart sensor technology becoming more commonplace and available, now is the time to think about using IoT sensors for energy efficiency.

("Reduce HVAC Energy with Smart Sensors," by Valerie Craven, May 2018)



Preserve Your Building's Reputation by Being Proactive
Are you more proactive or reactive in the way you maintain your building's HVAC system throughout the year? Maintaining your commercial building's HVAC equipment can save your company money by lowering utility bills, extending the life of your HVAC system, and reducing the potential of expensive repairs.








The K-12 sector alone spends $6 billion annually in the U.S. on energy bills, more than textbooks and computers combined.  A combination of innovative design strategies, efficient technologies and improvements in the management of building operations can decrease costs and provide more savings for reinvestment in the classroom. 

Reducing energy usage by 20 percent across the education sector would result in energy cost savings of more than $3.3 billion for K-12 schools, colleges and universities.






For commercial buildings, the transition to smart buildings is vital to the growth of the organization. Automating building systems can save money due to better efficiency and improve overall building operation. The Internet of Things (IoT) has created a gateway to help manage and control elaborate buildings.

Air Temp Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.
1165 Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905
Phone: 607-772-8362    
 
6820 Ellicott Drive
East Syracuse, NY 13057
Phone: 315-432-8591
 
8181 Seneca Turnpike
Clinton, NY 13323
Phone: 315-735-7539