New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a major expansion to the NYC Carbon Challenge, a partnership between the city’s public and private sectors aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions through building modernization. In In early February, the NYC Carbon Challenge expanded to
Thermolite and our anticipated continued growth for the year was recently featured in the Business Section of The South Bend Tribune’s article entitled “Windows of opportunity” by Kevin Allen. You may read this article by clicking here.
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 With original and outdated HVAC systems, windows, insulation and other building components, bringing an historic building up 21st century energy standards can be a daunting and costly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
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
With summer quickly approaching, the heat is being turned off and the air conditioning will be turned on. While many businesses will enjoy a reprieve from heating and cooling costs for a few months in the spring, they will be preparing for the cost of cooling in the warmer months of t