Jeremy Gutierrez Looks At Commercial Building Energy Savings Options

Press Release ( - HOUSTON - Jul 16, 2017 - At some point, that expensive energy bill is going to cause that final headache. You know you need to cut costs somewhere, and that monthly fee looks like a fantastic option. Fortunately, Jeremy Gutierrez is ready to set you up with an energy auction, where the electric and gas companies bid to win your business. And, you can also work on energy efficient practices, if you want to continue to lower costs.

Would you like to see your place of business spend a little less money? Look into these commercial energy savings tips, as shared by Environmental Protection.

• You probably already know that LED bulbs can save you money, but also make sure to turn off lights in rooms that aren’t being used, or automate the process with timers or motion detectors.

• Computers and copiers are often left on, but switching them to power saving mode (or shutting them off) can make a major difference. There are also energy saving equipment options out there that automatically limit energy use.

• Cooling and heating are a major source of lost energy, especially in a bigger building. Make sure to get these systems serviced regularly, and seal all doors and windows.

If you are used to paying an expensive energy bill, with no questions asked, it is time to change the way you think about things. Jeremy Gutierrez can set up an energy auction, where electric and gas companies bid for your account. Think of what you could do with the extra savings from your energy bill! Contact Jeremy Gutierrez, today, and ask any questions that you have.

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