Legacy Companies, Inc. is the Twin Cities' leader in commercial mechanical contracting, and has been the service contractor for HOM Furniture for the last few decades. When HOM Furniture was interested in boosting their energy efficiency and came across the 75F product line, Legacy was the go-to to install the system.
HOM Furniture is one of the nation's largest furniture retailers serving customers in the upper Midwest, with an average store size of 100,000+ square feet. Since 2010, they have been tracking their utility and energy performance data with EnergyPrint's Utility Dashboard – a cloud-based energy management software – to better understand their energy usage.
With energy as one of HOM Furniture's top 3 operating expenses – costing them over $227,000 annually – they were looking for a more cost-effective solution to increase energy efficiency across their portfolio of retail stores. Watch the video to learn what HOM Furniture's Real Estate Manager, John Pierce, loves most about 75F Outside Air Optimization package...you know, besides the $18,400+ in electricity savings!
Although we hear the word sustainability a lot these days, for many business owners, sustainability is still just a buzzword. As a building owner or manager, maybe you'd like to make improvements toward sustainability, but green building features are still on the "nice to have" list, maybe shuffled behind mechanical and cosmetic upgrades.
But investors don't see it that way anymore – and the numbers show it.
Firstsource Solutions Ltd. (FSL) is a leading outsourcing partner for the world’s leading brands and is a company known for delivering excellence in customer experience. As their employees are their key strength, the company aims to provide a world class working environment that keeps their employees comfortable and productive. However, a year ago, the Facility Management team at FSL’s Paradigm office in Malad, Mumbai often received complaints of employees feeling too hot or too cold and the temperature differences in many parts of the building was compromising employee comfort and productivity.