In large homes and multi-family dwellings, the PaceControls technology conserves energy while preserving comfort and climate control–particularly in regions where energy costs are high.

Thanks to large, often older central heating and cooling equipment, many multi-family buildings consume vast quantities of energy. In addition, single-family homes are steadily increasing in size. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the median size of new single-family homes in 2004 was 2,140 square feet–a 39 percent increase from the 1975 median of 1,535 square feet.

Consider this: According to ENERGY STAR program data, the typical U.S. household spends $1,500 per year on energy bills–with heating and cooling accounting for about half of that total.

Many states–particularly where energy markets have been deregulated or restructured–have rebate and set-aside programs to help pay for energy efficiency improvements, typically paid for out of electric and natural gas charges.


Example Residential Case Studies:
Radiant Heating and Domestic Hot Water Boilers – 30 Fraternity Houses at Washington & Lee Univ., VA
Heat Pumps and Gas-Fired Boiler – Assisted Living Centers, Pennsylvania

PaceControls technology offers a highly flexible HVACR retrofit solution, an easy way for you to save money immediately. Best of all, PaceControls energy efficiency technology provides full value without complicated energy management systems.