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  1. Freeze Heating Costs This Winter

    September 27, 2011 | 0 comments

    Winter poses many challenges for commercial buildings. Freezing and thawing cycles, temperature variations, deicing chemicals, and snow loads can cause extensive damage to the building infrastructure that allows not only heat to escape, but cold air to infiltrate access points– resulting in a loss of heat and energy efficiency. Inspecting and winterizing the building now before winter sets in by making any needed repairs (such as roof leaks, masonry cracks or drafty windows), can often mean significant savings on heating expenses. Early autumn is also a great time to consider and implement proactive measures to help prevent heat loss, increase energy efficiency, and freeze heating costs. (more…)

  2. Low E Window Film Explained in Under 2 Minutes

    September 21, 2011 | 4 comments

    When it comes to year-round temperature control, the first concern that comes to mind for property owners is budget. Making the final buying decision on products, such as commercial window film, that impact temperature control can be difficult. However, with the introduction of low-emissivity (low e) window film, the decision should be more clear-cut, as low e films help provide energy savings in both warm and cold weather months. Here is a quick explanation of how low e window film works and a few reasons to consider investing in it. (more…)

  3. How Much Window Film Energy Savings Will You Receive?

    September 7, 2011 | 1 comment

    Commercial window tint is a true long-term investment with typical payback in three years or less, which can help transform operating budgets.

    Reduce Energy Bills

    In essence, reducing the cost of energy each month is simple: use HVAC systems less often and at less of a capacity. However, with temperature peaks in the summer and winter, that can be a difficult goal for a facility manager to achieve while still keeping tenants or employees happy. (more…)