Earn Your Energy Star Certification
Campbell, Inc. is Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) certified and will assist commercial building owners to make measurable improvements to earn your Energy Star certification and optimize building efficiency.
What does it mean to be Energy Star Certified?
It means energy savings for you and identifies you as being good to your community. This annual certification ensures that your building environment is operating at its highest efficiency. High efficiency means your environment will be more comfortable while costing you less in energy consumption.
The EPA sets the standard for this certification and is verified by a 3rd party. Either a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) or Registered Architect (RA) to be eligible for approval.
The ENERGY STAR score accounts for differences in operating conditions, regional weather data, and other important considerations. Learn more about how the 1 – 100 ENERGY STAR score is calculated.
This high return on investment makes seeking the energy star rating a worthwhile investment, not only for your budget but also for the environment and your community.
Campbell, Inc. Is LEED Certified
Campbell, Inc. headquarters is now Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) certified, further demonstrating our commitment to deliver optimal energy efficiency for all HVAC systems we maintain.
The LEED™ program defines green building practices and standards. It encompasses six categories of human and environmental health giving commercial building owners, contractors and managers the tools they need to make measurable improvements for their building’s efficiency and performance.
Energy Star buildings save energy, money, and help protect the environment by lowering emissions of greenhouse gases. The UA Star certifications assure our technicians meet the highest mechanical services industry standards.
Campbell, Inc. is continually updating and adding to our energy certifications in order to remain on the cutting edge of energy solutions and optimize mechanical systems.
The six LEED™ categories include:
- Sustainable Sites
- Water Efficiency
- Energy and Atmosphere
- Materials and Resources
- Indoor Environmental Quality
- Innovation and Design