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Get an Energy Audit  

Why Have a Building Energy Audit Performed?

In these days of uncertainty, it is important to keep operating expenses to a minimum. One difference between those companies that weather these difficult times and those which do not survive will be that the survivors will be those who have reduced their unnecessary expenditures before it is too late.

Unnecessary costs include a portion of your utility costs, which for many until now were just considered “a cost of doing business.” By running an inefficient building, you are overpaying your utility for energy. It just doesn’t make any sense.

A good building energy audit will point the way to reduce your energy costs by 10% to 40%. For large organizations, this can be substantial, and could be the difference between staying afloat and going under.

What is a Commercial Energy Audit?

A commercial building energy audit is a study of your building’s energy using equipment. Building energy audits often also look at water consumption (even though that is not technically considered energy). An energy auditor comes out to your building and interviews facility managers, inspects lighting, air conditioning, heating and ventilation equipment, controls, air compressors, water consuming equipment, and anything else that is using energy. The auditor will develop a list of energy conservation measures (ECMs) that could reduce energy usage and costs in your building. Depending upon the level of building energy audit, the auditor will then quantify how much savings potential there is for each of these measures, and the costs associated with implementing them. Some measures will take decades to pay for themselves, while others will start paying for themselves within months.

Once you have read over your commercial building energy audit, our energy auditor will meet with you over the phone to discuss the report, and what your next steps are to start reducing your energy costs.

We investigate and quantify energy savings potential in:

  • Lighting systems
  • HVAC Systems and Controls
  • Compressed Air Systems
  • Renewable Energy Applications
  • Electric Motors and Drives
  • Process Systems
  • Steam Systems
  • Heat Recovery
  • Building Envelope Upgrades
  • Switching Utility Providers or Utility Rates
  • and more!

    Contact T&T Electrical today!

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