How to Choose the Right Replacement Boiler

How to Choose the Right Replacement Boiler

Posted by Joe Weagraff on in Facility Operations

Your boiler needs to be replaced. It’s old and inefficient and your natural gas costs are sky rocketing. What type of replacement boilers should you look at? There are condensing, non condensing, steel or copper water tube or fire tube, to name a few, and efficiencies range from 75% to 96%. You will need to […]

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Central Air Adds LEED Points

Central Air Adds LEED Points

Posted by Bob Schneider on in Energy Solutions

Developers are showing increasing interest in central air conditioning for many reasons. Ideally suited for multi, multi-use dense, vertical developments, central air conditioning reduces energy use by 30–50%, helps earn LEED points, eliminates rooftop condenser “farms” that preclude green roof options and become maintenance nightmares, and generates revenue. Central air conditioning systems have smaller footprints […]

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Can I Use a Curb Adapter?

Posted by Bob Schneider on in Facility Operations

A contractor or Tenant field rep calls you up and asks this question. What do you say? First off, what is a curb adapter? This definition can mean something different to everyone. Often when an HVAC unit is being replaced, the new unit does not identically match the existing curb size and drop locations. A […]

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