AirTight Facilitech Company Blog

3 Ways Mission Critical HVAC Services Protect Your Business

Published: September, 01 2016

There’s no denying that conducting business in a comfortable environment, where the air quality and temperature is just right, is the preferable option for any professional setting - from a large corporate office to a busy factory floor.

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How Can Your Commercial HVAC Company Improve Capex Planning?

Published: August, 22 2016

Planning for the upcoming year’s capital expenditures (capex) is a vital piece of the budgeting puzzle that every business owner or board of directors needs to allocate time for and review closely.

Done right, it can take the stress out of budgeting for the business by laying out all expected major expenses, timing them effectively, and ensuring they’re affordable and accomplish real business goals.

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How Improving Building Efficiency Affects Your Bottom Line

Published: July, 28 2016

Each commercial building must be run like a business in and of itself. That means maintaining a healthy balance sheet and making sure the profit/loss statements stay in the black.

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The Risks of Slow Commercial HVAC Service Response Times

Published: July, 27 2016

The very best scenario for any commercial building owner or facility manager is that you never have to worry about your building’s HVAC system. It just keeps on running smoothly and performing well, seemingly on its own.

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Creating The Future By Looking Back

Published: February, 16 2016

This past week I was truly honored to be a 33+ year veteran of the HVAC – Mission Critical Environments industry. 

There were a total of 11 subject matter experts, well... 10 anyway, and me, in the room and the average time in the business was about 26 years. That's a whopping 286 years or so worth of industry experience and gave us the ability to help create the future by looking back on our collective paths, mistakes, findings and experiments.

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How Planned Equipment Maintenance Can Save You Thousands Of Dollars

Published: February, 04 2016

Those of us who work with machinery day in and day out probably see more than our fair share of Murphy’s Law in practice. Sometimes it feels like every moving part and electronic component around us is just biding its time, waiting for an opportunity to seize up or fry.

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The Early Days: 1999

Published: January, 26 2016

1999. Of all the things in my life that I have forgotten, both by design and by nature, one thing I remember doing a lot of in 1999 was driving. I mean, I remember driving A LOT. 

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‘Bout Time

Published: December, 15 2015

The statistics on small business failure rates are staggering, and depressing. The few that make it to their ten year anniversary are a minuscule sampling of those that started the journey.

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Jill - Out Of The Darkness

Published: November, 09 2015

Nursing, by nature is a tough occupation. The road to becoming a nurse, as you will read, may sometimes be even tougher.

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Published: October, 21 2015

Ever wonder how some people seem to just naturally "have it"?  

Over the last several years, I have sought out those type of folks, the kind described above, the "get it done, 1%'ers". To me these conversations are Success Interviews.

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