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Local Law 97, New York Mandates a Greener State

Local Law 97, New York Mandates a Greener State

The Climate Mobilization Act, NYC Local Law 97 (LL97) became law in May 2019. This environmental law mandates reductions in carbon emissions from buildings in New York City starting in 2024. It also adds a requirement to report annually on a building’s carbon emissions. This new law covers both new and existing commercial buildings larger than 25,000 square feet, or Read More

Why Roll the Dice with Water Safety?

Why Roll the Dice with Water Safety

There are gamblers out there who will bet on almost anything, cards, horses, dogs, you name it. But so far, we’ve never heard of a bookmaker giving odds on the safety of the water supply in a commercial domestic hot water system. Some property managers, on the other hand, either deliberately or inadvertently, are all in on that bet. They Read More

How Heat-Timer® Controls Can Make Your Building Management System Better

A Building Management System (BMS), also called Building Automation System (BAS) is a system that allows building managers to monitor and control a building’s major mechanical and safety systems in one central, easy-to-use application. A BMS can be thought of as a distributed network of building systems supervised and controlled in one central platform. The network of field controllers and Read More

Get Cozy with One Heating Control Supplier – Heat-Timer®

In many organizations, it’s common practice for IT to standardize equipment. It might seem that this policy only benefits IT, but everyone in the organization wins. By doing this, technicians only need to learn to configure and troubleshoot one type of system, over time familiarizing themselves and improving service. When there is only one supplier, it reduces compatibility problems that Read More

Heat Timer Snow Melt Controller.

Snow days may be great for kids, but they are a headache for property managers. Driveways, walkways and stairways need to be cleared of snow and ice, often several times during a storm.  The plowing service is late, or just never shows up. Someone needs to be on site to do the hand shoveling and salting. When it is all Read More