RSCS Launches RSES
This week at the Las Vegas RETA 2019 National Conference, Refrigeration Systems Construction and Service will announce the launch of a new branch of the company, Refrigeration Systems Energy Services (RSES).
In the spirit of growth, RSCS is now spearheading this new branch to focus on all Industrial/Commercial refrigeration and HVAC energy efficiency measures. RSES has developed relationships with the worlds cutting edge manufacturers of energy efficient technologies and will be showcasing these ROI solutions and services this week at the RIO All Suites Hotel & Casino here is Las Vegas, NV.
“Our highly reliable commercial and industrial energy efficient refrigeration solutions significantly reduce operations costs and energy bills while providing improved performance,” said Dean Motes, President of Refrigeration Systems Construction and Service.
Fundamentally sound engineering and system knowledge is the core ability to perform. The RSES process is driven by hard data using precise measurements to pinpoint where finances are being lost within a facility by using real time performance monitoring for fact base evaluations of your building system’s energy usage and provide you with low ROI choices to improve performance and help you achieve maximum economic benefits. stop by booth #115 and meet with owners Dean Motes and Mike Thraen to learn more about why these new energy efficiency standards are the future of refrigeration or visit over 50 years’ experience in refrigeration design, construction and consulting with office locations in AZ, CA, HI, NV, TX and UT, RSCS and now RSES supports all their clients across the country 24/7/365.
Additionally, this year RSCS, RSES and Griswold Water Systems will be raffling off prizes to visitors including a chance to win a $500 Southwest Airlines Gift Card, $250 donation to the charity of the winner’s choice and more! See you there.
For more information, stop by booth #115 and meet with owners Dean Motes and Mike Thraen to learn more about why
these new energy efficiency standards are the future of refrigeration or visit https://www.refrigerationenergy.biz/