Smart summer shutdown of buildings

Summer break is a great opportunity to save energy and cut costs by shutting down buildings.

But if not done carefully, a summer facilities shutdown can cause other problems and expenses, like mold and damage to books, equipment, and infrastructure. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has produced a handy article with tips for smart summer shutdown of buildings. Check it out!

If you have questions about facilities and maintenance, don’t hesitate to contact our own school facilities specialist, Pat Hinckley at 207-624-6886.

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