Energy Benchmarking Ordinance Changes 2019 The City of Chicago recently released the coming changes to the city’s energy ordinance. The new system will increase transparency of energy use to building stakeholders. In 2019 buildings will be given a star rating from 0 – 4 as follows: Zero stars: Out of compliance with energy […]
Mark breaks down the ways you can maintain your property’s pool this offseason.
Hail damage costs building owners over $15 billion in damage every year. Mark breaks down how you can help mitigate hail related costs.
This company in Denmark is making waves in sustainability (literally). Their new technology creates waves and harnesses that power to provide energy for 4,000 homes/unit. Check out this informational video linked above.
CAI 2016 trade show – Sustainability At this year’s CAI Trade show, three field experts gave their perspective on sustainability. Howard Dakoff, Rebecca Fyffe, and Mark Waldman shared insight from the topics of LEED certification, to quick remedies to reduce your carbon footprint, to green pest solutions. Improved energy efficiency is not only a part […]
Why Update Your Reserve Study? The simple fact is, things change. Just to mention a few, the condition of the property elements on which the reserve study is based change. The association’s financial situation and reserve fund balance change. Board members and property managers change. The condition of the property elements are always changing whether […]