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Ignoring Routine Maintenance Costs You More In The Long Run

On December 18, 2015, Posted by , In Preventative Maintenance, With Comments Off on Ignoring Routine Maintenance Costs You More In The Long Run

Last month, the Decatur City Council received the unwelcome news that their seven city fire stations were in need of massive repairs, expected to cost between $5 million and $8 million. Firefighters had been aware of these issues for years, but a lack of action from the city allowed the…

Green Training Helps O&M Staff Improve Buildings And Careers

On October 30, 2015, Posted by , In Energy Efficiency, With Comments Off on Green Training Helps O&M Staff Improve Buildings And Careers

Here at LogCheck, we’re excited to see our clients constantly improving processes and expanding their skillsets. Continually learning new skills is one of the best things that operators, engineers, or maintenance professionals of any kind can do for both their buildings and their own careers. A video recently featured two…

Fall “Shoulder Months” Are Here. Will Your Building Take Advantage?

On October 7, 2015, Posted by , In Energy Efficiency, With Comments Off on Fall “Shoulder Months” Are Here. Will Your Building Take Advantage?

In much of the country, cooler fall temperatures are finally here. Like we said a few months ago, the “shoulder months” of spring and fall hold your best opportunities for energy savings. In fact, these crucial months will likely make or break your energy budget. Will you make the most of…

How To Use LogCheck Without An Internet Connection

On September 17, 2015, Posted by , In LogCheck Features, With Comments Off on How To Use LogCheck Without An Internet Connection

Many people assume that you have to be connected to the internet for LogCheck to work. Not true! Our digital facility inspection app works great offline. You can use your digital logbook anywhere your work takes you. Building maintenance staff don’t spend all day sitting in a well-connected office; you’re…

Gov. Cuomo Announces New Cooling Tower Regulations In Wake Of Legionnaires’ Outbreak

On August 19, 2015, Posted by , In Safety, With Comments Off on Gov. Cuomo Announces New Cooling Tower Regulations In Wake Of Legionnaires’ Outbreak

This week, Governor Cuomo announced emergency regulations in response to the legionnaires’ disease outbreak in the South Bronx that left 12 dead and over 100 sick. The new regulations apply to every building in New York State with a cooling tower, and its reach is significant to any building engineer…