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How to Measure HVAC Efficiency in Your Restaurants

By Michael Moriarity on Jul 21, 2017 2:25:17 PM

HVAC efficiency used to be about equipment efficiency... but no more! HVAC technicians/contractors who know their stuff are measuring HVAC system efficiency to tell the full story to customers and recommend the best system repairs, upgrades or retrofits for each unique customer.

Let's look at how HVAC contractors measure efficiency and how 75F measures efficiency.

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Why Your Energy Management System Isn't Working

By Michael Moriarity on Jul 20, 2017 5:29:00 PM

When was the last time you performed a diagnostic check on your Energy Management System (EMS)? Have the complaints about heating, cooling or ventilation increased? Are they manageable? Can you see HVAC and lighting schedules and usage on one user-friendly dashboard?

Many buildings use EMS technology created in the 1990s or early 2000s. This limits building management and automation capabilities, exposes your business to avoidable cyber security risks, and frustrates building occupants. You don't have to deal with lackluster EMS performance when cost-effective, smarter solutions are available.

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7 Reasons Why You Still Have Hot or Cold Spots at Your Restaurants

By Michael Moriarity on Jul 19, 2017 11:25:36 AM

Imagine a restaurant entryway that's hotter than the warm air outside. Then, when you get seated, you're wishing you had brought a jacket! It doesn't make for a pleasant dining experience, especially if you were hoping for a nice, cold drink or two.

If you're a restaurateur, potential revenue is walking right out your door, or maybe not even entering your restaurant because of the temperature imbalances.

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What Do Energy Management Systems Really Cost?

By Michael Moriarity on Jul 18, 2017 1:36:25 PM

The true cost of the energy management system (EMS) is far beyond its initial cost of installation. The present architecture of most EMS products available today was brought to market in the 1990s, and most U.S. buildings have not undergone significant EMS upgrades since 2005. This means technology invented before the first iPhone was released may be managing energy efficiency and consumption in your building while also exposing your business to cyber security risks and depressing the productivity of people in your building.

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Why Wireless Devices Result in Lower Cost of Installation

By Michael Moriarity on Jul 17, 2017 10:45:16 AM

Constructing your building management system with wireless devices can provide up to 80% labor savings and a 3-4x faster install, based on completed 75F projects. How is this possible?

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What Happens During a 75F Pilot Program?

By Michael Moriarity on Jul 14, 2017 8:38:55 AM

The 75F pilot is flexible to several of your building's and organization's unique needs. Your objectives define your pilot of the 75F system.


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