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Keeping Germs Out: 3 Tips for Easy Infection Prevention

Are you using the right chemicals to keep germs at bay? Learn how new sanitation technology could improve your occupants' health and wellbeing.

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5 Easy Ways to Prepare Your Building for Winter

Is your building ready for winter? Use these easy steps to ensure everyone stays safe and warm throughout the colder months.

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7 Best Practices When Upgrading Access Control Systems

Upgrading an access control system? Take note of these 7 best practices to ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible. 

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3 Best Practices to Ensure Optimal Wi-Fi Connectivity in Your Facility

Make sure your facility's Wi-Fi connectivity isn't compromised by bad layout – use this valuable advice to find the right system for your building.

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Facility Doors: Faster May Be Better Than Fatter

Are your facility doors wasting too much energy? High-speed options could be the solution!

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The Right Retrofit: Seismic Certification of Electrical Equipment

Seismic certification of electrical equipment can keep your facility running even after disaster strikes. 

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Benefits of Solar Lighting

Going green without concessions

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Why Antimicrobial Coatings are the Future

Antimicrobial finishes wipe out germs and bacteria while preserving your janitorial budget.

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Modular Power Protection Reduces Real Estate and Costs

How can one accommodate power protection equipment without wasting valuable space?

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Upgrade with a Digital Lighting Control Solution

Analog dimming technologies may seem like the lowest-cost option when considering an upgrade, but going with a digital lighting control solution offers significant performance and lifecycle advantages that you may not have thought about.

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6 Tips on Choosing a HVAC Contractor

Do your homework and check the HVAC contractor’s credibility and reputation before signing an agreement. Just follow these six easy steps to choose a reliable HVAC contractor.

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3 Considerations for EV Charging Stations

Facilities should consider EV infrastructure as part of a larger sustainability or energy efficiency strategy, not just an independent green project. If you’re ready to accommodate electric vehicles on your property, remember that one size doesn’t fit all. Consider the following factors as you evaluate different options to ensure a successful transition to EV charging.

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Bad News Birds: The Cost of Bird Damage

Pest birds cause unexpected wear-and-tear on building exteriors. Facility managers must either budget thousands to clean up after pest birds, or implement a permanent bird control program and save time and money long-term.

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Keep Your Property a No-Fly Zone

As the weather continues to heat up, flies become very active. They can congregate around trash bins, cluster around windows, and take up permanent residence in your kitchens. Instead of reacting with chemical treatments right away, an integrated pest management (IPM) approach focuses on proactively managing pests through sanitation and facility management. Use these tips to address fly issues in a sustainable manner.  

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Stay Cool with Window Film

Windows can be responsible for 30% of energy waste in buildings, according to the DOE. Learn how you can cut down on heating and cooling costs, improve daylighting, and increase occupant satisfaction with a variety of window films.

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Reduce Energy Use with Demand Response Options

With demand response (DR) and curtailment programs, building owners and managers can keep tenants cool and comfortable while taking advantage of financial rewards and reducing their energy use.

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