Since funding programs often have tight timelines, it is useful to prepare ahead with information and supporting documentation. The tips below can help community housing providers prepare by identifying and prioritizing projects and pulling together necessary documentation in advance of when funding programs are announced.Continue reading
Compiling up-to-date building documentation in advance of your energy audit is a necessary first step in the energy audit process. Having the relevant document ready before you contract an auditor will result in a timelier and better-quality audit. Read more about what materials you should collect in advance.Continue reading
An Energy Management Plan is a living document that allows you to set energy and water savings targets, plan and prioritize projects, and track success. Here are some steps to follow for creating your plan.Continue reading
The evidence is continuing to grow – thermal bridging can have a big impact on your building’s energy use and its ability to withstand outdoor temperature changes.Continue reading
Unnecessarily running your domestic water booster pumps can waste energy, water, and money. Many apartment buildings have oversized pumps to provide constant pressure during peak periods.Continue reading
Windows are a big investment. But with so many types and technologies on the market, it can be difficult to figure out which ones to pick. So we have some tips to help you get started!Continue reading
Developing formal electrical preventative maintenance and safety programs can help reduce the likelihood
of electrical system failure and fires. That’s why we developed a short guide that focuses on best practices in electrical maintenance and how to recognize the early signs of problems.