- Can I track street lights/traffic lights?
- Do you have any tools for laboratories?
- How do I account for an atrium?
- How do I add a fitness center to my property?
- How do I benchmark a single family home?
- What changes were made to my ice rink property?
- What property type should I use for a hair salon?
- What property type should I use for a park with ball fields?
- What property type should I use for an art gallery?
- What property type should I use for brewery?
- What property type should I use for Fast Food?
- What property type should I use for Hospice Care?
- What property type should I use for hostel?
- What property type should I use for ________?
- Where can I find information on ENERGY STAR scores for each property type?
- Which Property Types are available in Portfolio Manager?
- Which property types are eligible for an ENERGY STAR score/certification?
- Which property types are eligible for ENERGY STAR certification as a campus?
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ENERGY STAR products are independently certified to save energy without sacrificing features or functionality. Saving energy helps prevent climate change. Look for the ENERGY STAR label to save money on your energy bills and help protect our environment.
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