Ductless Mini-Splits Keep Tenants Comfortable All Year for Less People are spending more time at home than ever, and they want their environment to be comfortable regardless of the temperature outdoors.
How to Finance Energy Efficiency Upgrades at your Multifamily Property 36 percent of U.S. households now rent, and more than 60 percent of the rental market is in multifamily buildings, according to the U.S. Department of Energy Better Buildings.
Rossmoor, an active senior adult community, offers a wide range of amenities to its 9,500 residents including a golf course, multiple clubhouses, and a fitness center. The Rossmoor board of directors takes great pride in the quality of life of residents and amenities that enrich the resident experience.
Smart thermostats are quickly becoming a standard appliance in single family homes but their adoption in multifamily properties has not been as rapid. This is largely because smart thermostats are more expensive than their standard counterparts, and the energy bill savings they bring in are passed on to the tenant.
One thing became very clear for many workers during the coronavirus pandemic, you no longer need to “go to work” to work, and that has implications for owners and managers of apartment buildings and other multifamily properties.
One of the easiest ways to reduce operating costs, enhance the value of your multifamily property and receive a quick return on your investment, is to make energy-efficient upgrades. Read more to learn five ways energy efficiency is a win-win decision that benefits landlords, owners and tenants.
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