CONSERVACION DE ENERGIA MULTIFAMILIAR

MEDIDAS DE CLIMATIZACION MULTIFAMILIAR PUEDEN INCLUIR:

  • Aislamiento

  • Sellamiento del aire

  • Sellado / reparación de conductos

  • Ventilación

  • Análisis del sistema de calefacción

  • Filtros de HVAC

  • Alarmas de humo y monoxido de carbono

  • Envoltura del tanque de ACS

  • Envoltura de tubería de ACS

  • Reemplazo del refrigerador

  • Renovacion de la iluminación

  • Aparatos para ahorrar agua

  • Pequeñas reparaciones de carpintería relacionadas con        medidas de conservación de energía

IMG_4746.JPG

LAS PROPIEDADES QUE SON ELEGIBLES INCLUYEN:

  • Edificios de 3 pisos o menos

  • Edificios con entre 2 y 25 unidades

  • Las unidades deben calentarse / enfriarse individualmente

  • No hay límite en el número de unidades en la propiedad, pero las renovaciones pueden escalonarse en complejos muy grandes, es decir, dividiendo el proyecto durante un período de tiempo para coordinar con los ciclos de financiamiento.

  • Al menos el 66% de los inquilinos de la propiedad deben calificar según sus ingresos para que podamos seguir con las renovaciones de eficiencia energética. Esto se reduce para dúplex y cuadraplex al 50%.

AN3A5068.jpg

Si es propietario de una propiedad multifamiliar y desea solicitar
servicios de conservación de energía, póngase en contacto con
Bryan Burris , Director de Programas de Servicios Públicos.

Hear from one of our Multifamily Energy Conservation Clients!

AN3A6929.jpg

"El trabaj

The work project:HOMES did for us was a wonderful experience. I’m grateful for everything that’s happened and our whole relationship," said Bill Scott, site manager for the William H. Plummer Plaza, a public housing facility in Suffolk for disabled individuals and those over the age of 62.

 

The Energy Conservation staff had the pleasure to work with Bill and his team at William H. Plummer Plaza. The housing facility connected with project:HOMES during their search for an organization that could help upgrade their heating and cooling systems while improving the air quality in their six buildings. The facility opened in 1989 and was in need of an upgrade. They wanted to provide healthier living environments for all of their 52 residents.

"project:HOMES evaluated all our needs and then they came up with a plan," said Bill. While working with new safety measures adopted during the pandemic, the Weatherization Program worked diligently on the large-scale project.  

 

The Energy Conservation crew began by evaluating the heating and cooling systems in each of the 49 units. Each unit includes its own self-contained heating and air conditioning system called a Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner (PTAC). Our crew serviced every residents' PTAC unit to improve the heating and cooling for each home.

project:HOMES also evaluated the air quality and found some units had excessive carbon monoxide emissions. To improve the air quality, our crew installed Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV) systems. They draw clean, fresh air into a home and remove stale air. The crew also mounted new range hoods in each unit to remove odors, irritants and grease that are expelled into the air during cooking.

AN3A6910.jpg
AN3A6918.jpg

“One of our residents noticed a difference right away. She’s asthmatic. Once the ERV was operational, she said her headaches went away," said Bill, who was pleased with the project:HOMES staff and all the work that was done. “It was flawless,” he said. “Improving the air quality will be really helpful for the residents.”

 

project:HOMES also installed 40 new refrigerators and replaced the failing hot water heaters in the residents’ units 

 

“They were able to get everything done,” said Bill. It was effortless, just a really good experience all around.”