When is an audit not a bad thing? When you use it to keep/find more money in your business.
At LRS Consulting we work with a team that understands how to leverage utilities sales tax and energy use audits to put more money back to your bottom line.
Utilities Sales Tax Audits
Businesses that have benefitted from a utilities sales tax audit include:
- Auto Repair
- Car Washes
- Dry Cleaners
- Furniture/Cabinet Makers
- Grocery Store Deli
- Manufacturing Companies
Can your business benefit from an exemption on utilities – electric, gas, and water? Is your business located in Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Iowa, or Texas?
Interested? Contact us.
Energy Use Audits
What are energy audits? Energy audits analyze and compare energy use to a peer group of similar buildings (including locals from our database, not just national averages), verify the optimum pricing structure with local utility rates, and assist in possible sales tax refunds. Our unique background encompassing these disciplines combined with significant field experience create an in-depth understanding of the interplay between elements and complex energy technicalities and lead to smart, actionable recommendations and plans.
Energy audits are performed leaning heavily on our engineering capabilities, business acumen and contracting backgrounds. A widely varied project history across almost every industry gives Renegade a wealth of experience from which to draw upon for custom project solutions.
You will gain holistic results that drive value in their businesses with project recommendations tailored to improve building operations, comfort and reduce overall cost of ownership.
Comprehensive building assessments include an examination of:
- HVAC equipment and controls
- Lighting fixtures and controls
- Water use
- Building envelope (windows, doors and vents)
- Plug loads
- Compressed air
- Maintenance programs and procedures
- Occupancy schedules
- Natural gas and refrigerant leak detection
- Thermographics (infrared photos) if conditions allow
- Natural gas contract review
Want to learn more? Contact us.