What’s New at Enervise?
We’re thankful to all the front-line associates working hard out there. Our solutions are essential to healthy and productive office buildings, manufacturers, healthcare facilities, refrigeration cold storage, education clients and other essential businesses. We’ve shared a letter from our President and CEO to express the current state. #EnerviseTogether #ThankYou #HVAC #StaySafe #Enervise To our Enervise customers, This letter shares […]Read More
Enervise Looks Back on National Nurses Week
Last week was National Nurses Week, and we want to send a big thank you to nurses and healthcare professionals everywhere who are working hard to keep our friends and loved ones safe. Our Enervise experts servicing healthcare facilities last week have been amazed at the energy and enthusiasm out there. We’re here to ensure your […]
Northern Kentucky Spotlight Podcast
Thank you Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce! We had a great time doing the Spotlight Podcast! Check out Tom’s debut at 24:14 at this Facebook link
Enervise Opens New Northern Kentucky Location
Enervise, LLC based in Blue Ash Ohio, is excited to announce that our new office is open in the Northern Kentucky community! Enervise is opening a new Kentucky branch location to serve as a regional office located in Walton, KY
New Headquarters and Service Center for Enervise in Blue Ash, Ohio
The new Enervise headquarters and Cincinnati Service Center is located at 10226 Alliance Rd, in Blue Ash Ohio.
How to Determine Life-Cycle Costs of Equipment
Price is always a concern when you’re tasked with procurement responsibilities for a commercial building in the central Ohio regions of Columbus and Dayton. What makes the job even more challenging is that there’s more than one kind of cost you need to consider. Sometimes lower initial costs can be a bit misleading. You might […]
The Next Generation of HVAC Professionals
Enervise partnered with The Upper Valley HVACR program to present the many career opportunities available to the next generation of HVAC professionals. Thanks to all for creating this learning opportunity for the students of HVAC.
When to Repair, Convert, or Replace Your R-22 Existing System
The ancient Greek philosopher, Heraclitus is credited with coining the saying, “Change is the only constant in ...
Why Facilities Managers Need to Track Operational Costs for Every Building Asset
If you’re a Facilities Manager you have a full plate. You’re expected to keep your facility in top running order to ensure ...
If You Want to Manage Your Building Better—Test Your Building with an Assessment Checklist!
Sometimes it seems that facilities managers are tasked with what appears to be mutually exclusive responsibilities. There are increasing demands for functionality on the lighting and HVAC systems.
Why K-12 Schools and Institutes of Higher Education Are Switching to Variable Refrigerant Flow With their HVAC Renovations
For a number of years K-12 schools, along with colleges and universities, have been making some significant changes when it comes to the Heating Venting, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems they’re using
How to Fund Building Improvements with “Other Peoples’ Money”
Every owner of a commercial, industrial, or educational facility knows ongoing improvement to facilities is essential in order to achieve the best results.
Are You Following the New Building Standard of Access Control—Where Power is Only On When Someone’s In Your Building?
As the facilities manager for a building you sometimes get caught in the unenviable position of having to balance the highest standards of security and access control with the pressure to keep utilities costs down. And the way buildings have typically operated hasn’t made that easy.
Fall-to-Winter Boiler Safety and Maintenance Tips
Facilities Managers for commercial or industrial buildings seem to get overlooked in that process, but the need is every bit as great to take care of your HVAC systems.
Discover the New Trend for Operating Your Building or Facility from Smart Controls that also Secure and Access Your Building
The New Trend Changing the Way We Control? As a facilities manager you don’t deal with just one set of demands when it comes to meeting the needs of your building’s occupants. It’s not simply a matter of providing a comfortable working environment or a safe and secure workspace or an efficient and economic facility. You’re expected to deliver all of the above at the same time.
How to Make Healthcare Facilities Improvement Decisions Based on Data Rather Than Gut Feelings
When you visit a physician with an ailment, you want a diagnosis based on facts and on the result of tests. You don’t want your doctor to say, “Let’s try this and see if it works!” If you own or manage a healthcare facility, you want to make infrastructure decisions based on data rather than on gut feelings
Can Legionella Affect your Healthcare Facility?
Here are 8 questions put out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that can help you assess your vulnerability Legionella may not be a household word, but it certainly captured the attention of the public when it caused an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease that afflicted 221 attendees at the American Legion Convention in […]
New Trend Balances Plans (HVAC, Controls, Utilities) With Campus Master Plans for Improved Control and Efficiency
As a facilities manager, you’re probably tasked with making sure the HVAC systems serving your campus consistently deliver a comfortable, secure, and reliable learning environment for students and faculty. Of course, that doesn’t happen without a plan. How can you make sure your facilities HVAC plan is in line with the master plan for the campus—both now and into the future?
Evaluating Commercial HVAC Repair vs. Replacement Proposals: Which Plan Makes the Most Sense?
Evaluating repair and replacement proposals for a facility you manage is a daunting task. I know that because I recently sat on a panel with facilities managers, building owners, architects and engineers at a national trade show and listened to these professionals talk about the challenges they face.