ON-DEMAND HVAC

HVAC Only When You Need It

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ON-DEMAND HVAC

HVAC Only When You Need It

Embrace building efficiency with On-Demand HVAC. Eliminate hours of tedious paperwork and manual billing by automating your HVAC workflow.  Best of all, going on-demand means you’ll run HVAC only when you need it most — cutting costs and saving energy.

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On-Demand
Makes Sense

Weekend and Minor Holidays

Don’t waste time and money running your HVAC equipment at full capacity.
Instead, tenants can request HVAC service from the Genea app or portal.

Building Operations

Run your central plant at a minimum load, or power down completely.
The ventilation system functions normally to ensure proper airflow.

Recurring Schedules for Them, Automation for You

Tenants make recurring weekly or monthly HVAC schedules.
You automate operations.

Save Time, Energy, and Money

Tenants request HVAC.
Teams fulfill requests remotely.
Everybody saves. It’s a win, win, win.

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Prioritize Safety at All Times

When systems require maintenance, safety measures get taken.

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    Disabled Service Events

    Use the “Disabled Service Events” command to safely power down before maintenance begins.

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    Tenants Notification

    If a tenant requests HVAC service during a Disabled Service Event, they receive an automatic notification that service is unavailable to them.

The biggest pro of Genea’s Overtime HVAC product is that is easy to use and that you are able to use a mobile device as well.

Chad Crothers, Engineer

Genea’s Overtime HVAC product is an asset to my daily routine; it is user-friendly and provides the information I need. My team and I have been very satisfied using the Genea system.

Brenda Borja, Property Manager

Genea is the real deal with tracking overtime HVAC use! I have used the Genea software on a regular basis for over two years and have yet to encounter an issue with running reports or navigating through the system. Hands down the BEST software and value for the money!

Allen Bowman, Asset Manager


Save Time and Money

No longer does an engineer have to be in the building to fulfill weekend requests. Building teams and tenants can turn on HVAC and lighting from their phone or web portal.

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    Email Confirmations

    Every time a tenant sets up a new request in the platform, the property management, and engineering teams immediately receive an email confirmation notifying them that a new request has been submitted.

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    Pending Requests Report

    View detailed reports outlining future HVAC service requests. Then, automate these for sending to property teams on a regular basis.

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    Current Requests Dashboard

    Property teams also have access to a dashboard of all current requests whenever they want to see which areas are running.

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    Save on Equipment Costs

    Going on-demand means less runtime. Translation. Longer lasting equipment.

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Manual Adjustments? No Problem

In some cities, regulations require that an engineer manually adjusts equipment, rather than allowing software to do so. This process involves Genea providing the interface to submit and manage requests. Our system then starts the fans so tenants can feel air flowing immediately once a request is made.

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The Process for Manual Adjustments

Genea provides the interface to submit and manage requests.

The Genea system starts fans so the tenant can feel air flowing immediately once a request is made, the engineer is notified to manually program the BMS.

Overtime HVAC then calculates the invoice for the correct amount of the request.


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The Largest Commercial Real Estate Companies Use Genea

See why the world’s largest corporate real estate companies trust Genea to automate their operations.

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