Commercial and residential buildings account for 39% of the carbon emissions produced in the U.S. today, and in New York City, buildings are the single largest offender of greenhouse gas emissions, at close to 70% of the city’s overall total. Despite energy efficiency programs and regulations proposed or enacted by a number of states for … Continue reading NYC Local Law 97 of 2019
In order to control the environment inside your commercial or industrial facility, you need a commercial HVAC system. This type of equipment is specifically designed to handle the complexities associated with heating and cooling a large-scale operation, and it’s important to understand how commercial HVAC systems work to help you choose the right one for your … Continue reading How Do Commercial HVAC Systems Work?
Routine preventive maintenance can help to protect your investment and prolong the life span of your commercial HVAC equipment, but even the best system will eventually need to be replaced. As a business owner or manager, it’s imperative to plan ahead for large-scale expenditures, including HVAC replacement, and one of the best ways to prepare is … Continue reading How Long Do Commercial HVAC Systems Last?
The new year is coming. While many people expect a time full of sequins, strangely shaped glasses, unfulfilled resolutions, and fireworks, that may not be all that’s coming our way. The new year of 2020 has a lot to do with something you probably don’t expect, and probably don’t think about much: R-22 refrigerant. Refriger-what? … Continue reading How Does the R-22 Phaseout Impact Building Owners?
View images from the 2019 AFGO company picnic.
AFGO is proud to have partnered with the city’s Administration for Child Services to buy Thanksgiving dinners for disadvantaged area families. AFGO provided the funding, and the ACS selected the families to receive the dinners. We are always happy to give back to the community and be a good corporate citizen. We wish everyone a … Continue reading AFGO Partners With New York City’s Administration for Child Services To Help Families For Thanksgiving
AFGO is proud to support the The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art Hyperloop Team, who are entering a pod in the SpaceX Hyperloop pod competition in 2019. The competition pits them against other college engineering teams to create the fastest and safest pod to run through SpaceX’s Hyperloop test track in Hawthorne, … Continue reading AFGO Supports Cooper Union’s 2019 Hyperloop Team
As part of AFGO’s ongoing commitment to giving back, we have again supported the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation with a donation for their 2018 51st Gala. AFGO has made this donation in memory of Michael and William Modell, in light of our long-standing relationship with Mitchell Modell & Family. We urge you to donate to … Continue reading AFGO Is A Proud Supporter Of The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation
Recently AFGO celebrated its annual company outing at Wantagh Park in Wantagh on Long Island. It was a wonderful day full of great food, music, games, and allowed AFGO’s valued employees and their families a chance to socialize and have fun. These outings bring everyone here at AFGO together and are one of the highlights … Continue reading AFGO Company Picnic, October 2018
Today AFGO president Blaine T. Udell presented Jack Bougas, a long-time technician here, with a Certificate Of Appreciation. Last week a fire broke out in a nearby restaurant. Jack, with no thought to his own safety, rushed into the building to save lives. We are all very proud of Jack and inspired by his example.