SHELTON, Conn. — Budderfly announced the company is adding complete HVAC unit replacement and associated ongoing maintenance to its EEaaS (energy efficiency as a service) offering. The new offering extends the company’s no upfront cost, multi-component energy optimization program to cover aging and inefficient packaged HVAC units up to 25 tons.

“The vast majority of businesses use cost as their main decision criteria—over efficiency—when selecting an HVAC replacement unit,” said Al Subbloie, CEO, Budderfly. “Our long-term savings model makes it possible for our customers to install the highest quality HVAC unit based on efficiency, not costs, while also receiving our world-class preventative maintenance. We are proud our EEaaS offering is removing the pricing barriers to embrace greener energy practices.”

“We were looking at unplanned capital expenditures of over $100,000 and pleased to be the first customer to partner with Budderfly on their new HVAC replacement services as part of our overall EEaaS agreement,” said Greg Beidler, chief operating officer, Running Specialty Group. “Our first location went in like clockwork with no upfront capital cost and no planning on our part. We currently have three more locations scheduled for a total of seven HVAC units to be replaced. Budderfly’s program included both preventative and break/fix maintenance for a very small fee, allowing us to focus on our retail business and not facility management.”  

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