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TWO SOCAL ENERGY SAVING COMPANIES TEAM TO OFFER MOST COMPREHENSIVE SOLUTION SET FOR MULTI-UNIT PROPERTY OWNERS
Sensor Industries today announced they have partnered with Bottom Line Utility Solutions to offer the most comprehensive suite of water and energy-saving solutions specifically designed for use on multi-unit properties.
Owners of apartment buildings, hotels, student housing, office buildings, and more will find value in the wide range of conservation, consulting, and contracting services working together under one roof to deliver smart, sustainable, and energy-efficient strategies that drive immediate savings and increased net operating income.
Our team of experts has spent the last two decades refining patented water & energy conservation solutions for customers in the US and Canada, helping to save millions of dollars on annual utility bills.
“From our patented toilet leak and flood avoidance systems to high-quality LED lighting, high-efficient toilets, water-efficient showerheads and more, our solutions are admired and supported by local energy agencies via incentives and rebates that pay for most of the start-up costs,” said Sensor Industries CEO, Dave Duckwitz.
“We help cut expenses, reduce waste, and mitigate risk for our customers, and our on-site teams are trained to assess and recommend solutions that increase energy efficiency and decrease monthly utility spending. We’re there from the start and help with the rebate process, installations, and then monitoring and reporting. This is not only good for the customer, but it is also good for the environment … and that feels good!” he continued.
Blus CEO, Rob Edelstein added, “as a water and energy conservation services provider, we are proud to partner with Sensor Industries to boost our ability to help our customers save even more. Our experienced team has helped real estate portfolios all over the United States conserve water and energy for over 20 years. We are now positioned to grow even more!”
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