Is your HVAC still running on R-22? We can help!

R-22 was banned in 2020 by the EPA, yet many older units require it to operate.

If you have been holding on to older HVAC units, sustainability goals and capital planning should make 2022 the year to move off R-22 for good.

Building Engines’ HVAC Management solution can auto-identify all R-22 systems in your inventory, so you can prioritize replacements and go green.

Get in touch with our HVAC experts today to learn more!

What else can our HVAC Management software do? Scroll down to find out more.

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Gain the visibility you need to transform your HVAC management with Prism by Building Engines

Improved capital planning

Streamline annual budgeting with detailed HVAC asset reports – complete with life expectancy data based on ASHRAE scoring.

Accurate service histories

See the full record of services performed on each asset for up-to-the-moment visibility into past maintenance tasks and issues.

Improved tenant compliance rates

Automated tenant compliance records assure triple-net lease obligations are met and can spot HVAC maintenance issues faster.

  • Centrally manage HVAC data for every unit in every building
  • Get the full picture: make, model, warranty, tonnage & more
  • Access complete service histories to stay ahead of issues down the line
  • Reduce costs by procuring the best HVAC replacement & service prices

Automated reporting makes it easier to track and prove compliance of triple-net lease obligations.

Reduce regulatory burdens and spot HVAC maintenance issues faster with detailed tenant compliance dashboards and unit-by-unit reports.

Want to learn more about our HVAC Management software?