Aug. 26, 2016 — Full-service HVAC and building automation provider Tozour Energy Systems has once again been named one of Greater Philadelphia’s Best Places to Work in the 13th annual ranking presented by the Philadelphia Business Journal.
The top employers of Greater Philadelphia, as selected based on surveys taken by employees of companies spanning the region, receive the distinction of “Best Places to Work.” Tozour Energy Systems has received the honor in the “Large Company” category five years running.
Employees of companies participating in the Philadelphia Business Journal survey complete an online questionnaire administered by an independent surveying firm. Questions range from evaluating work-life balance, respect and employee care, teamwork, commitment to community and more.
“Thank you to our leadership team, our Best Places to Work committee and our entire staff for voting Tozour Energy Systems among Philadelphia’s Best Places to Work for the fifth year in a row,” said Kevin Duffy, president[...]
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Aug. 2, 2016 — A system failure in the summer heat can mean sweltering offices, uncomfortable residents or, worst of all, full-on evacuations. Tozour Energy Systems and its quick-response team is there with smart, efficient rental equipment to save the day when everyday systems shut down.
Tozour’s three Parts and Supplies locations, in King of Prussia, Pa., Pleasantville, N.J. and Moorestown, N.J., provide everything from chillers to package units while delivering outstanding customer service and technical support. In the summer months, many commercial buildings require supplemental cooling solutions, including:
Added Capacity: Provides additional cooling for those times when a facility’s cooling loads exceed the current system’s capacity.
Emergency Situations: Gets HVAC systems up and running quickly in the case of a natural disaster or equipment failure. Cooling Contingency Planning (CCP) is also available for emergency preparedness planning.
Power Distribution: Uses generators to keep systems up and running, without interruption, throughout brownouts or emergency shutdowns.