Warming up to Smart Technology
Charitable organizations don’t always have the budget to implement the latest and greatest in energy-saving technologies, but landing upon the
right mix of capable volunteers, supportive suppliers and a bit of creativity to make all the parts fit brought comfort and energy control to one such organization in Toronto earlier this year.
The Good Shepherd Centre, one of the Good Shepherd Ministry’s main buildings, had an outdated heating system – or more correctly, a wide array of systems that services the disparate parts of the facility – and a control system that matched the variety of terminal units in use at the site.
Not one to shrink from a challenge, Craig Flatley, manager of Complete Mechanical Heating & A/C in Toronto, volunteered to take on the task of upgrading the centre’s thermostat control systems to improve energy efficiency and comfort levels within the building.
Click here to read the full article published by Mechanical Business Magazine.