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Common Sense Tips for the Cold Season

Cold Season requires Common Sense

The winter season is starting to get cold, so here are some tips to refresh your common sense for the chilly, snow-bound weather.


In what has been a relatively tame winter so far, now is the time to start seriously thinking about preparations. CrowdComfort has already discussed the starting for winterizing your facility, and now we have tips and tricks that you can use day-to-day to make operations in the cold season as smooth as possible:  Read more

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Winterizing your Facility: The Starting Point

winterizing facility


For most of the country, the transition from fall to winter has actually been relatively mild this year—a great reprieve after last year’s “Polar Vortex.” But, if you think we’re out of the woods, think again: meteorologists are already dubbing the term “Gozilla El Nino” to describe the weather patterns ahead of us. You better step it up in your facility management so you can limit the damage that winter brings, especially after historic highs of snowfall in Boston, Chicago, and other northern areas of the country. 


With such rough conditions around the bend, it’s a great time to make sure that your building has been sufficiently “winterized.” Doing so not only improves the comfort of tenants, but can also prevent unnecessary wear and tear (thus limiting the scope of spring’s repairs). Read more