reducing utility expenses
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, a utility audit is a formal review of a house’s energy use that provides recommendations for energy-efficiency measures such as weather-striping, caulking and insulation. But a different type of utility audit examines your utility use and whether you are being overcharged for your utilities. The first question to ask yourself is: Are you paying too much for utilities?
Reclaim Your Association’s Past Paid Utility Dollars!Ever hear of spending the same dollar twice? How would you like to go back in time, get hold of the money your association already spent and spend it again this year?Hundreds of associations on the West Coast are doing it!
Sub-metering and L.A.D.W.P.: What You Don't Know Could Cost You In the past, residents were not responsible for utility costs. The typical resident would only be responsible for paying rent and could use an unlimited amount of utilities. This has caught the attention of regulators, environmentalists and property owners and has resulted in a dramatic […]
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Associations: Who Pays the Electric Bill? With nearly 100,000 plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) in California alone, which is 40 percent of the national PEV market, more and more associations are or will be receiving requests from homeowners for charging stations on the property. So why should community associations pay […]
Reclaim Your Association's Money Ever hear of spending the same dollar twice? How would you like to go back in time, get holds of money your business or association already spent and spend it again this year? HUNDREDS OF COMPANIES AND ASSOCIATIONS ON THE WEST COAST ARE DOING IT! Best of all – your business […]