Automated temperature control and better use of humidifiers, dehumidifiers and other IAQ accessories supports fewer renter complaints and absences.
Maintaining the smooth and cost-effective operation of a large building can be challenging… Along with rising utility costs, there are often areas that are warm while others are on the cold side; Lighting requirements can be quite different for numerous needs, however ventilation might be ideal in certain zones while others create issues with indoor air quality, everything from unlocking doors to regulating humidity levels can add to work requirements and costs… The solution to a more streamlined operation is a building automation system. If designed and set up properly a BAS will result in greater energy efficiency, lower operating costs, fewer maintenance expenses, healthier indoor air quality, superior comfort and heightened productivity. Lights, sound systems, keyless access, elevators, water monitoring, electronics, security, Heating as well as Air Conditioning and all sorts of systems and appliances can be incorporated into a building automation system… While purchase and replacement require an investment, there is the potential for the system to pay for itself fairly suddenly. Allowing the BAS to adjust indoor temperature according to occupancy can supply savings on bi-weekly bills of 10 to 30%, reductions in peak load and assorted energy saving options lessen utility expenses even further, however plus, a healthier work environment ensures happier and more productive employees. Automated temperature control and better use of humidifiers, dehumidifiers and other IAQ accessories supports fewer renter complaints and absences. The building automation system is a helpful tool in reducing maintenance and maintenance costs. By minimizing the workload, including start/stop stages, there is less wear-and-tear on essential equipment. This results in greater reliability and extended system lifespan.