How is your facility's equipment holding up this winter? To prevent possible equipment failure and
ensure top occupant comfort, a preventive maintenance program is a must. Schedule an appointment today with Air Temp Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.Don't let your New Year's Energy Efficiency Resolutions be forgotten!
The Importance of Preventive Maintenance
When it comes to keeping things running smoothly, there are two types of maintenance strategies: proactive and reactive. The reactive, or "if it isn't broken, don't fix it" method is common, but does not serve the best interests of the equipment, facility, or a company's bottom line. The proactive maintenance method takes a different approach and routinely addresses facility concerns and equipment upkeep to prevent major failures or irritating problems. Learn why your company should take the proactive preventative maintenance approach...
5 Reasons Why You Need Visibility Into Your HVAC Systems
Building owners and facility managers are challenged with getting financial returns from their investments while providing a building that is energy efficient. As HVAC systems have become complex, non-linear and dynamic, facility managers are increasingly using building management systems to collect data about the performance of the building, as well as energy consumption by individual equipment such as HVAC systems.Check out five ways visibility into such data can help drive maximum HVAC efficiency...
The 2018 Super Bowl Stadium offsets 100 percent of its electricity with renewable energy credits and uses a number of energy-efficient technologies.
How is the US Bank Stadium actually offsetting its energy use? 40 percent of the roof that uses zinc cladding provides additional heat in the winter or cooling relief in the summer, and it's durable enough to withstand harsh winters. Compared to the old Metrodome, US Bank Stadium uses 16 percent less energy and 26 percent less lighting. The latter was achieved by using LED lighting that can turn on and off quickly and can change color.
The U.S. Green Building Council just released the annual list of the Top 10 States for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), the world's most widely used green building rating system. The list ranks states in terms of certified square feet per resident in 2017. LEED-certified spaces use less energy and water, save money for families, businesses and taxpayers, reduce carbon emissions and create a healthier environment for occupants and the community at large.
Check out the top 10 states for LEED Green Building per capita. Is your state one of them?