It’s not uncommon for commercial buildings to not be performing to their highest level of energy efficiency. If you want to ensure proper operation and longevity of your building’s HVAC system, then frequent testing, adjusting and balancing (TAB) is a must.
Even if a facility may be old, your facilities manager can argue that it is still (mostly) fully functional, and would not require a total upgrade to IoT technology to manage its operations. If a building’s HVAC, lighting, fire protection, and other systems operate just fine without connecting to an external network (aka IoT), then why mess with a system that isn’t broken?
About half of all commercials buildings in the United States were constructed before 1980, meaning they’re in fairly poor shape. But that doesn’t mean that all hope is lost for restoring and revitalizing these buildings to be better, stronger, and more energy-efficient than ever before.
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