Modifying a building’s systems or structure after it’s initial constrution is referred to as retrofitting. In general, this includes modifications to your heating, ventilation and cooling (HVAC), roof, windows, doors, lights, elevators and building control systems. Retrofits can improve your building’s energy efficiency and aid in the fight against global warming.
Most buildings can be made more energy efficient without excessive expenditure on a major retrofit.
Also, by making your building more efficient, you’ll be reducing your environmental footprint.
It’s time to look at building retrofits if your building’s rooms consistently seem too warm or cold, your equipment keeps incurring high maintenance costs or your utility bills are spiralling out of control.
Positive impact on your business
Changing your building could lead to a decrease in your overall energy consumption and reduce your bills.
Showcasing your building improvements – including any certifications – proves your commitment to the climate.
Setting more sustainable standards for your building will reduce regulatory and financial risks on your business.