FACT:

One of the largest measures of energy loss affecting multi-family housing today is the loss derived from the gaps around air conditioners.

Experts say that the gap around each AC unit can be compared to a hole the size of your fist in your building.

Solutions for this problem must be repeatable and simple to implement and effective.

Green Sentry Solutions products completely air seals the AC and has been tested with a blower door test up to 150mph winds.

Our solutions completely block the flow of air and prevent heat loss from escaping through the cold seasons.

ROI can be less than two season, regardless of how you heat.

Our solutions eliminate tenant complaints about drafty AC's providing more uniform temperature throughout the building.

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Simple, Effective, and Repeatable – The Perfect Air Seal Solution

Building heat loss is a significant problem, especially in multi-family and commercial buildings.  Apartment complex energy efficiency is a topic of discussion among governmental agencies, utility companies, and environmental groups.  Everyone is looking for ways to conserve energy, reduce heating … Continue reading

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Reduce Heating Fuel Costs in Your Multi-Family Residence

How can you protect yourself against rising heating costs in your multi-family residential buildings?  Reducing winter fuel consumption is one of the most obvious strategies.  The AC unit in an apartment remains a significant source of heat loss but is … Continue reading

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Sealing Air Leaks Provides Significant ROI

Removing AC units alone is not enough to dramatically increase apartment complex energy efficiency.  Heat loss continues around the sleeves of wall AC units and creates approximately as much heat loss as a six inch hole in the wall.  In … Continue reading

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Protect Against Rising Heating Costs

Heating costs vary from year to year, but history demonstrates an overall increase in the most common fuels used to provide heat.  As fossil fuels become increasingly scarce and demand grows these costs this trend will likely continue. Environmentally friendly … Continue reading

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