What’s New at Enervise?
As commercial HVAC experts, Enervise has found the following initial checklists from ASHRAE to be the most helpful to guide facility managers and superintendents on how to execute an effective plan before school starts.Read More
Reopening Higher Education Facilities: Design Recommendations for Health & Safety
ASHRAE developed helpful modified facility design recommendations for higher education facilities.
Reopening Schools and Universities: Guidance for Superintendents and Facility Managers
In accordance with ASHRAE’s guidelines, Enervise designs Property Solutions for Schools & Education Facilities.
How to Make the Right Decision: Repair or Replace Commercial HVAC?
Analyzing repair and replacement options for a building you manage can be an overwhelming task.
5 Actions to Ensure Your Building’s Boiler is Safe and Energy Efficient
The U.S. Department of Energy suggests the following actions to ensure boilers are safe and energy efficient.
Moving America Indoors: What Does This Mean for Building HVAC?
As we work to reopen indoor spaces this summer, building managers are figuring out how to reopen safely and prevent infection.
Why Upgrade Your Boiler with Energy-Efficient Burners?
Boilers function only as well as the burner runs. A boiler can be well-designed, but poor burners are a huge detriment to efficiency.
Rolling Up After the Long Weekend: HVAC Summertime Tips
After the holiday weekend, it's back to business for the Enervise team.
Happy 4th of July from Enervise
We're thankful to our hardworking team, who deserve a much needed rest this weekend.
Return with Confidence: Enervise Building Health Report
Our building health checklist will provide you with customized review of your HVAC and controls system.
The 2 Major Risks of Avoiding Regular HVAC Maintenance
When it comes to commercial HVAC systems, putting off repairs and replacements can become costly in the long run.
How Do Building Owners Decide to Replace vs. Repair HVAC Systems?
As a business owner, you may be hesitant to move forward with necessary repairs and maintenance. So how do you evaluate what will be the most cost effective?
Enervise Gears Up for Summer: Thank You HVAC Technicians
We're thankful for our technicians who have worked nonstop this season. With their help, we're able to establish trusting long-term relationships with our clients.
Enervise is Hiring
If You Are Top in Your Field, Let’s Talk Enervise’s (formerly known as Engineering Excellence Regional Services) 30-year personal commitment to our clients is generated by an internal culture of trust and support among our employees. Enervise attracts and retains the best people in the business. We are always eager to meet highly qualified HVAC […]
What is UVGI? Can it Curb COVID-19 in your Building?
ASHRAE recommends that building managers and owners consider UVGI (ultraviolet germicidal irradiation)
Enervise Tips to Prevent Recirculation of Air in Your Building
Actions related to HVAC systems are suggested and recommended by ASHRAE and the CDC to affect the spread of COVID-19. ASHRAE recommends preventing recirculation of air in your building.
Proven Air Filtration Practices to Protect Your Building from COVID-19
There are many technologies that claim to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. Solutions and technologies vary, especially when it comes to air filtration and ventilation.
Tax Cuts: Fully Expense Commercial HVAC Immediately
The Midwest is continuing to reopen for business as restrictions are lifted. Businesses are preparing to move back into their facilities, creating a need for maintenance and engineering services.
CDC Advises “Facilities should consider consulting with a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning engineer to ensure adequate ventilation in work areas to help minimize workers’ potential exposures.”
The CDC claims, “A qualified workplace coordinator should be identified who will be responsible for COVID-19 assessment and control planning.