Heat-Timer® Corporation

The Road to Smart Building Management

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Savvy building owners and managers are watching the growth in intelligent systems, artificial intelligence and IOT devices with great interest. For most, the move to smarter buildings isn’t so much a question of if, as a question of when. So every investment in energy savings these days is also put through this lens, especially your investment in heating system upgrades. Read More

A Local Law 97 Success Story

Many building owners across the 5 boroughs of New York City are picking up their heads in 2024 as LL97 fines and requirements get serious for building owners who are not fully up to speed. Just to recap: Local Law 97 passed into law on May 18th, 2019 as part of a wide reaching effort to combat greenhouse gas emissions. Read More

Going Mobile

For HVAC professionals considering a commercial heating control solution for an apartment complex, school, office building or other multi-dwelling structure, the value of going mobile probably can’t be overstated. And Heat-Timer’s multiple remote and mobile solutions are among the most robust in the industry. This is where the Heat-Timer® Platinum series stands in a class by itself as the world’s Read More

Getting Local Law 97 Done

In the continuing saga of rolling out NYC’s Local Law 97, 2024 represents a milestone for the law originally passed in 2019. This will be the first year that fines will actually be assessed to building owners who fail to make “good faith” efforts to comply with the law and its guidelines. The new law requires that all commercial buildings Read More

Heat-Timer and Local Law 97 – The Year In Review

It’s safe to say that the Climate Mobilization Act (CMA) commonly known as LL97, which sets annual emissions standards (carbon limits) for all buildings 25,000 gross square feet and above, is in full swing. Beginning in 2025, penalties will begin to be assessed to buildings not incrementally showing required carbon offsets. Each building’s carbon budget/cap is based on their defined Read More