Commercial Energy Audit Maryland Company Announced as Preferred Local Busines

Maryland area professional energy efficiency company GoGreeNow announced as Preferred Local Business offering a commercial energy audit for customers in Maryland area. GoGreeNow helps commercial clients to become more energy efficient.

Gaithersburg, United States - January 16, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Commercial energy audit Maryland services have never been as easily accessible as they are today, thanks to GoGreeNow joining Preferred Local Business, a local preferred business directory that will make commercial energy audit Maryland services immediately available to local internet searchers.

About GoGreeNow:

GoGreeNow assists commercial clients to become more energy efficient and save money. Their trained professionals are specialized in finding the energy reduction solutions that work. GoGreeNow makes saving energy easy.

More information can be found at http://gogreenow.net

GoGreeNow offers free walk-through energy assessment as the first step in reducing energy spending. GoGreeNow energy specialists inspect equipment, structural elements, usage and gather all the necessary information. Inspections take 30 minutes or less depending on the size of the facility. GoGreeNow experts review the information and compile custom energy plan for their customers. Systems they address include: lighting, HVAC, commercial kitchen equipment, water heaters compressed air systems, structural elements.

The best time to contact GoGreeNow is when planning a remodel or new built-out at the facility to avoid wasted energy. Energy audit specialists review design and equipment specs to identify equipment upgrades that save energy and usage for years to come.

The recent company’s joining of Preferred Local Business is part of the company’s efforts to make professional energy solutions for commercial clients in Maryland area accessible. GoGreeNow is the Energy Efficiency division of Artitech Inc, a General Contractor with 35 years of experience in the construction field.

A satisfied customer said: “We are very satisfied with our new (LED) lighting. Where once we had safety concerns due to poor illumination we now have brightly lit spaces. GoGreeNow provided us excellent service both before and during installation (we are very grateful that the lighting is working well and we haven’t had to contact them after the installation). We couldn’t be happier with GoGreeNow and this project.”

GoGreeNow provides outstanding energy audit delivered by a dedicated team, meaning their customers receive the personalized treatment and attention required for a stellar energy saving experience.

For a free energy assessment, visit: http://gogreenow.net/assessment/

Contact Info:
Name: raymond@gogreenow.net
Email: raymond@gogreenow.net
Organization: GoGreeNow
Address: 350 Christopher Avenue, Gaithersburg, MD 20879, United States
Phone: +1-240-477-4596

For more information, please visit http://gogreenow.net

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 288071

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