CUT YOUR UTILITY COSTS
As a business owner, facility manager, or property owner, you likely look for ways to save money and boost your bottom line. An often overlooked option to reduce costs is through energy efficient upgrades that could cut your energy expenses by hundreds – or even thousands of dollars!
Whether you are a church, school, retail outlet, hotel, motel, restaurant, or a small office in a single tenant or multi tenant facility – focusing on utility costs may not only save you money, it may also increase overall comfort for your clients, guests, constituents, and staff members, year round.
While quite different from residential homes in most ways, many commercial buildings do have attic space above their work areas. We find many commercial attics and walls are not adequately insulated. That means heating and cooling systems have to work extra hard to maintain a comfortable environment for occupants and that can dramatically boost your utility costs.
The ROI for investing in insulation for your business can be less than a year, depending on the specifics of the project.
COMMERCIAL BUILDING VENTILATION
Due to stringent building codes, most commercial buildings are adequately ventilated. Occasionally business clients do encounter moisture or mold issue, often due to improper thermal dynamics as a result of ongoing build-outs and reconfigurations that effect proper cross ventilation.
Signs of ventilation problems include staining on ceiling or ceiling tiles, the smell of mildew, or problems with icicles or ice dams on the exterior during winter months.