Welcome To The Future of HVAC—Building Automation


If your office building does not have BAS (Building Automation Services) yet, then your company is missing out on a significant investment. BAS works by integrating or streamlining your building’s heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment, along with your lighting, video and data systems, utilities monitoring, security control, rainwater collection systems, as well as the lawn sprinkling systems.

In short, BAS is your building’s command center. From better security to better airflow, BAS is the way to go.

What do I get when I automate my building features? 

A lot of businesses fail to transition to building automation because they abide by an old saying: if it’s not broken, don’t fix it. However, technology has developed multiple ways for us to make even more out of our businesses through simple, streamlined solutions that it no longer makes sense to ignore the numerous benefits.

Here are some of the most convincing reasons to get building automation for your business:

  • Earn up to 40% savings on your utility costs.

Automating your heating and air conditioning equipment along with your lighting can save you as much as 40% of your power bill. This is because getting building automation allows a smart computerized system to program the proper temperature and lighting settings for any time of the day. This immediately regulates the use of power throughout the different outlets that use it, which then eliminates cost from unnecessary excess usage.

Most business owners decline building automation because they do not want to think of the initial cost to set it up. However, Level One HVAC offers a rebate of up to 15% if you get in touch with their team to do your building automation. The return on this investment won’t even take you a year because the savings are that significant.

  • Boost your building security systems.

BAS heightens the level of security for the entire building because it sets up all the necessary controls to allow only eligible personnel access to the building at preset times. BAS also includes automating door locks, CCTVs and alarm systems that you can program according to your needs.

  • No more time-consuming inspections.

Building automation provides a central location or panel where you can access all your systems at a glance. If one of your machines breaks down, you can easily begin troubleshooting by accessing the central panel online. Old systems will require calling in a mechanic to do individual inspections of old, rundown machines. This is a time-consuming endeavor that may not be as effective as an automated building system.

  • Reduce your environmental footprint.

Get on the good side of the EPA by complying with their environmental standards. An automated system will lessen your building’s carbon footprint and will make your business stand out among environmentally inclined customers.

  • Improve company morale.

With better security and better ventilation around your building, everyone is bound to become more satisfied with their work environment. Your employees will want to come to work everyday and their improved morale will have a positive impact on the quality of their work. Your workforce is your most important resource, so if building automation will make your people happier, you should consider making the investment.

  • Increase the value of your property.

In case you will need to put your building on the market in the future, be assured that getting building automation today will have benefits even until then. Property seekers are in favor of automated services because a centralized system will make their lives easier.

If you are interested in getting BAS for your building, talk to Level One HVAC. We are a trusted service provider for all types of building automation services. We specialize in IT Networking Systems for commercial businesses, and we are certified to work on a wide range of industrial facilities.

For a fast and seamless transition to BAS, contact us by calling 248-486-6500 today.  You can also learn more from our social media accounts: Facebook Fan Page Twitter Feed / Google+ Account / LinkedIn Company Page

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