King of Prussia, PA (February 19, 2015) — Tozour Energy Systems, a leading provider of HVAC, building automation and energy solutions, has teamed up with Noesis to utilize its project financing services for Tozour’s portfolio of clients.
Noesis provides the third party analysis and flexible financing options to help building owners make informed investment decisions on energy-related equipment, from end-of-life chiller replacements to opportunistic investments in solar panels, that grow net operating income and increase the value of their buildings.
“Customers depend on us to develop comprehensive, innovative solutions,” said Kevin Duffy, president of Tozour Energy Systems. “Our partnership with Noesis gives us an added advantage in delivering the very best offerings for our customers.”
Representatives from Tozour’s S.M.A.R.T. (Strategic Measurement and Response Technology) Services department work with Noesis to provide customers with a review of a project’s economics so that they can evaluate the investment opportunity. Noesis is able to offer flexible financing[...]
Tozour-Trane’s Intellipak Refresh service program is a Trane factory-warranty solution to replace worn materials, restore unit performance, and provide the same reliability for the replaced materials as seen on new IntelliPak units. This program is offered for Trane IntelliPak style rooftop units built in the 1980s or later.
This service is backed by the same standard one year parts warranty and optional extended parts warranties offered on new Trane equipment. The Refresh program is designed for owners who wish to sustain their equipment’s reliability and efficiency over a life of 20 to 25 years or longer.
This program is customizable for customers, allowing you to choose from a simple base refresh to a comprehensive overhaul of unit compressors, heat exchangers and motors. Every unit also comes with a new serial number and a refresh plaque.
Benefits of the IntelliPak Refresh Program:
Planned Service – reduces the risk of disruption from an unexpected failure