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Air Quality and Safety Start with Ventilation
Quite simply, great ventilation is a must-have for today’s workplace and indoor commercial areas. And it’s not just for your health. Workers, customers and tenants are demanding better air quality and the peace of mind that comes with it. Is your commercial building ready to meet these expectations?
How Much Do You Really Know About Your HVAC Contractor?
Hiring a reliable commercial HVAC company is sometimes more difficult than it appears. After all, anyone can offer to install or service anything, right? But given the complexity and cost of your commercial heating and cooling system, you can’t afford to trust “just anybody” when it comes to installation, maintenance and repairs.
School Safety Update: Covid-19 Mitigation Protocols for Your Campus Start with Commercial HVAC
The guidelines are clear. County, state and federal hazard assessment and Coronairus Disease mitigation is now codified for Los Angeles school districts. Much of the guidance relies upon implementation of a smart commercial HVAC strategy to ensure proper design, upgrades and best maintenance practices.
Office Thermostat Wars Got You Down? Say Hello to the Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioner
If you’re like many commercial building owners, you have employees fighting over the temperature in the office. You might even catch someone in the maintenance room, trying to fix the thermostat themselves. Learn how to efficiently cool your building without spending a fortune.
Healthy Air Has Never Been More Important. Here’s What You Need to Know.
Success as a commercial property owner in today’s marketplace requires more than just smarts. You need to be up to date on the latest developments in clean air technology for your building. Indoor comfort means more than just a pleasant environment for your tenants or employees.
Air in the Time of COVID: Restoring Safety to Your Place of Work
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, how can businesses safely resume operation? How can building managers safely bring back work forces of office personnel and factory floor staff? What steps provide safety and demonstrate proper diligence on the part of management?
Today’s Indoor Comfort Means Going Green
The facts are in. Green building maintenance, upgrades and retrofits for heating and air conditioning systems will not only leave you and your employees feeling better and working harder, but also using less energy on a daily basis.
Tesla Technology and Variable Speed Motors Means Money In Your Pocket
Bring your HVAC into the 21st century with a variable frequency drive system. New VFD motors are the game changer, bringing energy efficient, cost-lowering power to your commercial building’s heating and air conditioning system.
The Freon® Factor: Issues and Strategies for Business Owners with Older HVAC Systems
Learn how the Freon® factor may be putting your commercial HVAC system…and your wallet at risk with costly repairs.
What’s Your Solar IQ? Solar Power for Commercial Business Owners
What you don’t know about solar might hurt you (or at least cost you big money). If you own or manage a commercial property, it’s time to get some straight talk about this powerful new technology.
Fight the Spread of Office Germs and Bacteria with UV hvac uv light
With “sick building syndrome” making headlines, the pressure is on building owners to maintain indoor environmental safety like never before. Did you know you can keep your commercial space healthy and clean by including new UV light technology with your existing HVAC system?
Did You Know Your HVAC Upgrades May Be Tax Deductible?
Don’t miss out on these important changes to the IRS tax code that have been YEARS in the making. You not only will save real money at tax time, but can also enjoy the cost benefits and increased efficiency that come with improved commercial HVAC equipment and system upgrades.
Only One in Four Economizers Function Correctly. Does Yours? HVAC Economizers
The commercial economizer was designed to save energy and money for the California commercial property owner. For at least 25% of commercial property owners, they have done neither. This important guide summarizes common problems and their fixes for this everyday piece of equipment.