The easiest way to lower your utility bills is to adjust the thermostat. You can toggle an option to get real time results like a spreadsheet. Ideal for homeowners, business owners, realtors, contractors, and engineers
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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ArchiTech 4.0 Use this powerful but easy to use program to do an accurate energy audit of your home or business. It pinpoints many effective ways to reduce your utility bills.
JLoads 2.0 The easiest way calculate residential and light commercial heating and cooling hvac loads by the Manual J method. You can toggle an option to get real time results like a spreadsheet - it's great for fine tuning a design for best energy efficiency.
Description: The easiest way to lower your utility bills is to adjust the thermostat. Thermo-Stat has a database of weather from 211 U.S. cities and gives an accurate estimate of your specific current energy use and how much you can save by adjusting the thermostat. You select from 23 building types and 44 business types, input utility and fuel information; then specify the settings for your thermostat. You can toggle an option to get real time results like a spreadsheet, updating with every change you make. It's ideal for anybody wanting to save energy. Everybody... saves energy. Plus.... Businesses can reduce peak usage electric and fuel charges... Realtors can estimate utility bills for prospective residential and commercial clients... Patriots can help make America more energy efficient.. . Contractors can estimate equipment sizes for bids and utility energy conservation paperwork... Engineers can determine savings from 2-speed and VFD motors on air handler and cooling tower fans... Environmentalists can practice what they preach and reduce Global Warming. With energy prices escalating almost by the hour this program is your chance to get ahead of the curve to take advantage of the single most important thing you can do to save energy. It works at home. It works at the office. You'll be saving energy today, next summer - and for the lifetime of your building.