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Why to Implement Building Automation This Winter

 In Building Automation System, Business Advice, Energy Savings

Many business owners know by now that building automation is a tried and true system for controlling their buildings’ energy use while optimizing efficiency and comfort. However, there are still many other businesses out there that have yet to take advantage of the numerous benefits of building automation. Now is the time to take the plunge and implement technologies that will help your business this winter. Here’s why:

Winter Energy Savings

One of the most important aspects of any changes or new technologies that you implement into your building is energy efficiency. Not only is energy efficiency good news for the environment, but it is also great for your wallet. Looking for ways to reduce your heating and electric bills this winter? Building automation helps to lower electricity and natural gas costs, which means that your business could see incredible energy savings all winter. There are several ways building automation technology works to save energy. First, presets will help to automatically adjust the temperature for different times of day and over the weekends. Next, occupancy settings regulate building and even room-by-room temperature based occupancy levels. Finally, the system monitors the pressure, humidity, and indoor air take, in order to adjust the HVAC system to optimal use.

Productivity Increases

One of the biggest killers of productivity? Low comfort levels within the building. Your employees need to work comfortably and peacefully in order to be truly productive. Building automation ensures comfortable temperature and humidity levels using computerized controls. Beyond preventing wasted energy, these systems make buildings more comfortable and easy to work in.

Energy Savings All Year Round

The best part about implementing smart building automation features to your building? They won’t just save you money on energy in the winter; those energy savings are year-round. Learn more by calling ACS today at (913) 248-8828.

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