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A Green Property Manager. GOING GREEN AND LOOKING FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY OPPORTUNITIES IN HOUSING BIG PICTURE GOAL Better Management and Reduction of all.

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1 A Green Property Manager

2 GOING GREEN AND LOOKING FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY OPPORTUNITIES IN HOUSING BIG PICTURE GOAL Better Management and Reduction of all energy consumption, water- sewer, gas and electric at each building including energy usage paid by owner and each resident. Reduce costs and minimize the environmental impact Incorporate Recycle programs to reduce waste wherever feasible Use building products that will last for the long term and provide the best energy savings all within the budget constraints Find and use renewable resources whenever feasible, Solar, PV, Wind, etc. Leverage any programs/rebates that provide financial incentives for reducing energy consumption or going Green. Prioritize based on Payback time/ Return on investment and when making a change in a building product

3 UNIT Interior A) Bathroom Shower head at max 1.5GPM Faucet aerator.5GPM to max 1 GPM Toilet replace with.8 GPF, 1.2GPF or double flush Toilet flapper use 5 Year highest quality flapper at $3 vs. cheap flappers at $1 last less than one year. Also, for older toilets that 3GPF or larger there is a 1.6GPF flapper option and other conversions that will reduce usage without changing the toilet Faucets that will last 15 + years WATER – SEWER CONSERVATION OPPORTUNITIES

4 UNIT Interior B) Kitchen Faucet aerator max 1.5GPM Energy Star Dishwasher Faucets that will last 15 + years C) Washer Use Energy Star washer if providing in unit Have common washers changed to Energy Star/front load are best and are ADA WATER – SEWER CONSERVATION OPPORTUNITIES Check with local utility company and water management authority for rebate or financial incentives.

5 IRRIGATION Water Source Determine what the water source is for irrigation Potable water is most expensive, verify the irrigation is on a separate water irrigation meter if no better option. This will avoid sewer costs Other sources are to pull from are lake, well, rain storage or reclaimed water Irrigation Rain sensor so there is no irrigation when there is sufficient rain Minimize or reduce time and frequency of operation for each zone Use most efficient type of irrigation heads to minimize the water usage Properly adjust spray area to avoid watering streets and buildings WATER – SEWER EXTERIOR WATER SAVING OPPORTUNITIES

6 IRRIGATION Landscape Reduce or eliminate high maintenance turf and landscaping Use native landscaping whenever possible, lowest water use Use native grasses and ground cover Shade trees also are a plus and can reduce heat on buildings Exterior water faucets Cap and lock, eliminate or otherwise control usage and leaks Pool Most pools have leaks Auto fill does not allow you to identify there is a leak Need routine check of water loss without auto-fill on WATER – SEWER EXTERIOR WATER SAVING OPPORTUNITIES

7 UNIT Change lighting from incandescent to LED or florescent T-8 or better, both exterior and interior (see attached calculator of cost/payback) Increase attic insulation to minimum R-30 with minimal extra cost to R-40+ Accessible AC duct sealing and identify and repair any holes or broken lines Replace appliances with E-Star Window tint or solar screens Install ceiling fans in bedrooms and living room AC Upgrade to minimum 15 SEER, review Heat Pump or other options Window upgrade to insulated, double pane low E Door seal/weather-strip or replace Electric & Gas Energy Saving Green Opportunities

8 Roof Insulate Insure proper attic ventilation Cool, reflective light colors Overhang for shade Trees for shade preferably that loose leaves in winter Flooring Ceramic tile or other hard surface Minimize carpeting, prefer closed loop Berber Walls Add insulation New skin with insulation Electric & Gas Energy Saving Green Opportunities

9 Common – Other Photo cells Timers Motion sensors Office equipment off during non working hours Electric & Gas Energy Saving Green Opportunities

10 At rehab, major or minor At major component replacement, a/c, roof, appliances, etc. At normal repair and replacement, set a standard for all replacement items Specific component upgrade, i.e. water savers cost less than $20/unit with payback in 30 days to 6 months +/- When rebates or other incentive programs provide financial incentives GREEN & ENERGY SAVING IMPLEMENTATION

11 Summary of all water consumption 2006 to 2012 Replumbed YearJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecAvg/m

12 Interior Light Change Upgrade Cost/Savings Analysis Old BulbsWattsTotal New BulbsWattsTotalProposed Changes1 BR Cost2 BR Cost3BR Cost Kitchen High efficiency t-8 ballast/bulbs-80 total watts fluorescent to 50 total watts FL $ Stove total watts incandescent to 9 total watts CFL $ 2.00 Living Dining total watts incandescent to 9 total watts CFL $ 2.00 Bath total watts incandescent to 48 total watts CFL $ Bath total watts incandescent to 48 total watts CFL $ Bedroom total watts incandescent to 9 total watts CFL $ 2.00 Bedroom total watts incandescent to 9 total watts CFL $ 2.00 Bedroom total watts incandescent to 9 total watts CFL $ 2.00 Bedroom 4 Outside Light Hall total watts incandescent to 9 total watts CFL $ 2.00 Laundry total watts incandescent to 9 total watts CFL $ 2.00 Other00 Totals680150Total Upgrade Cost $ $ $ KW Savings (Old KW – New KW/1000) 0.53 Hours/Day/Bulb8 Hours/Month240 KW Price0.13 $ Savings/Month$ Additional Tax Rate0.12 Total Monthly Savings$ 18.52

13 Contact Information Louis E. VogtExt. Scott ZimmermanExt. 501 N. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, FL Phone: (407) Fax: (407)


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