This month’s client spotlight is the Foley Federal Building in downtown Las Vegas. Through a thermal imaging study, Thermolite was able to illustrate to building management how much heat was able to enter the building through its inefficient windows. The photos below show temper
So, your business has decided it’s time to do something about your skyrocketing heat and air conditioning bills. Hopefully you’ve completed a thermal imaging study and understand in dollars and cents, what energy loss through your windows is costing you each month.
When it comes to historic buildings, energy efficiency is becoming a growing concern. With original and outdated HVAC systems, windows, insulation and other building components, bringing an historic building up 21st century energy standards can be a daunting and costly venture. ItR
When it comes to energy usage in commercial buildings, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions about what really works, and what doesn’t. It can be challenging to weed through the information to understand what will really save your business or organization money on energy c
A recent Thermolite project using thermal imaging technology is the Department of Commerce building. Using a thermal imaging study, Thermolite was able to identify the energy/heat loss through the windows and visually illustrate how the heat loss was escaping the building. Results of
Energy loss is not something that can be “seen.” It is an invisible phenomena that could be costing your business or organization millions of dollars in energy bills, expensive window replacements, costly HVAC upgrades or installing additional insulation. Energy and utilit
What you may believe is for form and function could actually reduce the cost to heat and cool your building. Window blinds have been around for many years, but technological improvements make today’s blinds even more efficient and affordable than ever. With options like between the pa