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The Most Common Misconceptions About Building Management Systems

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There is a lot of confusion among home owners and business owners about how building management systems work and how they benefit the people who use them. That’s why we’re here to set the facts straight about building management systems.

Do You Believe These Building Management System Myths?


Building management systems can only be installed in new buildings. 

The truth is that smart building technology can be installed in both new and existing buildings.

I can’t afford a smart building. 

While there is some upfront cost associated with building management systems, they actually save so much energy and make your building so much for efficient that they pay for themselves in a relatively short time.

A smart building is the same thing as a green building. 

This is a common misconception. In fact, while building management systems do have a massive impact on reducing energy costs, the technology is not the same as that which goes into making a building green.

It is too time consuming and difficult to operate a building management system. 

While the task of operating a smart building can be daunting initially, most of the technology is becoming increasingly intuitive and user-friendly. In fact, as soon as you are familiar with the technology, you will probably discover that the building management system saves you time and makes you life easier.

Building management systems are a passing fad. 

In actuality, building management systems are more popular now than they have ever been before. And increased use of smart phones and tablets make it even easier to manage and integrate smart building technology.

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