Month: November 2009

Copper Prices

As the economy recovers, commodity prices will continue to rise.  We have seen this with the price of oil and gasoline and we see this with copper prices.  Unfortunately as copper prices rise, theft of copper will also rise.  In the summer of 2008, many condensing units were stripped of their copper by thieves.  Jackson […]

Temperature Wars

According to a new survey from the International Facility Management Association, the most common complaint is that the temperature is too hot or too cold when it comes to indoor comfort.  The group surveyed 473 IFMA members as part of a new study called “Temperature Wars: Savings vs. Comfort”.  According to the survey “the most […]