Energy Management and Ventilation Systems for Commercial Buildings

If you own a commercial building, you’ve probably experienced more than a few headaches over the rising energy costs these days. We have to say: we don’t blame you!

There is good news, though. According to the Government of Canada, today’s energy management systems make it possible not only to save money (which we all want more of, right?), but also improve the operating performance of your building and ensure your building’s occupants are more comfortable. Energy management systems can also strengthen your organization’s image.

At Tozer Heating & Air, we believe energy management systems are becoming an absolute must these days. Not only will such a system provide a well-run, energy-efficient building, it’s also good for the environment.

Commercial and Institutional Buildings in Our Country

There are a lot of commercial and institutional buildings in Canada. In fact, such buildings accounted for 35.6 per cent of buildings in Canada in 2014, and they consumed the highest share of energy, at 41.6 per cent. It’s a staggering statistic, and points to why energy conservation is so important.

What an Energy Management System Can Do

In addition to the set point and night-setback features that can be handled by a programmable thermostat, an Energy Controls System can provide savings in many other ways including functions such as lighting and water temperatures.

Countless commercial building owners in the Limestone City have turned to us to install these systems, and as energy costs continue to climb, we expect these requests more and more. Are you ready to optimize your building’s performance? We can’t wait to hear from you.

Efficient heating, cooling, and ventilation and air quality systems are affected by the proper maintenance of your commercial building’s air handling system.

At Tozer Heating & Air, our expert technicians perform routine preventative maintenance and use the latest indoor quality test equipment to alert businesses to possible air quality concerns, before they become serious.

Why should you care? Well, according to the Government of Canada, indoor air quality has, of late, become a huge concern. Those who are exposed to poor indoor air quality might suffer from a whole slew of symptoms – including headaches, sluggishness, coughing and sneezing, nausea, sinus congestion, and shortness of breath.

Don’t let poor workplace air quality set your team back – call Tozer today to see what we can do for you and watch productivity soar.

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