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Improving building operations efficiency

By 4th October 2017April 27th, 2022No Comments


Paul Strachan
Paul Strachan

Green is the new black as far as company desirability is concerned. Increasingly customers are looking for companies with sustainable production methods which means investors are looking at your company’s operations efficiency.

Keep Cool

Low power appliances not only reduce power bills directly they also help keep your building cool by reducing the amount of waste heat generated. This, in turn, reduces the load on your HVAC system. As a major factor in your building operations efficiency analysis reducing the amount you need to run HVAC systems can seriously improve your measurement.

Use the Cloud

Never before have you had such an opportunity to measure and analyse how your building works. With the advent of wireless sensors and devices even older, less efficient, buildings can be retro-fitted with systems such as automatic radiator valves or self-ventilating windows. By analysing the data created with cloud-based analytics inefficient areas can be identified and improved.

Less Data Entry

Automated monitoring of operations efficiency means less time spent on data gathering and data entry and less mistakes. Which means you get the information you need to improve efficiency faster and more reliably.

Call the Technician

Taking out a maintenance contract with a maintenance service provider not only reduces the admin overheads involved in dealing with several different suppliers but, as newer systems integrate with wireless monitoring your facilities can monitor their own needs reducing servicing and downtime costs and increasing efficiency as a result.

Are you making the right decisions for your business? If you’re not sure and want to explore what opportunities may exist – then take the next step and contact me to find out more.

Paul Strachan M. 07793 447961 T. 01307 460667 E.