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4 HVAC Gains – With No Budget Pains

Facility managers know there are plenty of ways to get buildings to use less energy. Fortunately, there are many ways to improve HVAC performance that do not cost a lot of money to implement. Some have more to do with the manner in which the building is operated than the actual HVAC system itself.

Most low- and no-cost items fall into four categories:

  • Equipment Scheduling
  • Sensor Error
  • Simultaneous Heating and Cooling
  • Outdoor Air

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Your Green Guy

Bill Schmalzel COAC Energy Services Director

Your Green Guy 

Bill Schmalzel
COAC Energy Services Dir.

You need a knowledgeable guide to navigate the complexities of any energy upgrade project. That “green guy” is Bill Schmalzel of Cooper Oates Air Conditioning.

LEED AP logoBill is Certified Project Manager, a Certified Green Building Professional, a LEED  AP, is a licensed real estate broker, and a California State Licensed Contractor. There is no one better to guide you through your energy upgrades from concept through project delivery.

Ygrene Certified Contractor LogoBill recently completed the Ygrene training and is now one of the few certified Clean Energy Sacramento Program Contractors. “Now is the time to take advantage of this unique funding mechanism to make your building more efficient, increase occupancy rates, and reduce your energy usage every month” explains Bill.  Contact Bill at 916.381.4611 or bschmalzel@coacair.com.