Office Programmable Thermostat Information Portland ME

Even if your utilities are rolled into your lease, this is a highly cost effective green office tactic. By pre-setting the temperature you can increase your employees comfort, because the office can in effect 'warm-up' in the winter or 'cool-down' in the summer just before employees come in to work.

Gelinas Hvac Services, Inc
(207) 885-0771
2 Washington Ave
Scarborough, ME

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Gelinas HVAC Services Inc
(207) 885-0771
2 Washington Ave
Scarborough , ME
 
Steamatic of Greater Portland, Inc.
(866) 759-1077
4 Hemlock Lane
Gray, ME
 
Gagnon Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc.
(207) 647-8782
14 Seymour Drive
Bridgton, ME
Services
Geo Thermal systems, Solar Thermal, Maintenance, Cost Estimates, Snow Melt, Radiant Heat, HVAC
Membership Organizations
US Green Building Council - Maine Chapter

Revision Energy
(207) 589-4171
91 West Main Street
Liberty, ME
Services
Residential Solar Electricity, Residential Space Heating, Residential Solar Hot Water , Commercial Solar Electricity, Commercial Space Heating, Commercial Solar Hot Water
Membership Organizations
The Green Alliance, Sunpower Premier Dealers, The American Solar Energy Society, Portland Chamber of Commerce, Maine Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council, Maine Association of Building Efficiency Professionals (MABEP), The Maine Real Estate & Devel

Maineheat
(207) 284-6257
91 Bradley Street
Saco, ME

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Byrnes Heating
(207) 450-0215
PO Box 1358
Scarborough, ME

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Heating Solutions
(207) 727-5666
532 Plains Rd
Hollis Ctr, ME

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ELCO Geothermal Heating
(207) 942-4659
311 Perry Rd
Bangor, ME
Services
Geothermal Heating and Cooling, Open & Closed Loop Systems, Pond Loop Systems, Heat Pumps

Jim Godbout Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
(207) 283-1200
48 Elm Street
Biddeford, ME
Services
Geothermal Heating & Cooling, Heat Pumps, Heating Contractors, Heating Specialties, Plumbing Contractors-Residential & Commercial, Solar Energy Equipment & Systems-Dealers

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Office Programmable Thermostat Information

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Spend $115 now and SAVE $230 each year... ROI = 200%

Even if your utilities are rolled into your lease, this is a highly cost effective green office tactic. By pre-setting the temperature you can increase your employees comfort, because the office can in effect 'warm-up' in the winter or 'cool-down' in the summer just before employees come in to work. Programmable Thermostats are one of the most cost-effective ways to save money and the environment. Heating and Cooling accounts for about 40% of an office's annual energy costs. You can save up to 10% when you use a programmable thermostat to adjust the temperature automatically at night. You can save by keeping the office substantially cooler at night in the winter and substantially warmer at night in the summer. Install an ENERGY STAR® qualified programmable thermostat.

ENERGY STAR® is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy helping us all save money and protect the environment through energy efficient products and practices. Results are already adding up. In 2006, Americans, with the help of ENERGY STAR®, saved $14 billion on their utility bills, and saved enough energy to avoid greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to those from 25 million cars. Programmable thermostats offer savings, comfort and convenience. Set a 'program' for your thermostat to follow based on your staff's work hours on each different work day and weekend, so you don't have to think about adjusting the temperature manually. A programmable thermostat that you can set for multiple different days costs up to $115. The ROI Calculation is based on the average US employee generating an annual heating and cooling of $238. The 10% annual savings per employee is over $23. So, for an office of ten the savings is over $230.

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