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AFTER HOURS HEATING AND COOLING COST SUMMARY

THE DESIGN OF THE BUILDINGS PRIMARY MECHANICAL - HEATING VENTILATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS - PROHIBIT THE LANDLORD FROM SEGREGATING A SINGLE FLOOR FOR THE PURPOSES OF AFTER HOURS HEATING AND/OR COOLING OF INDIVIDUAL TENANT SPACES.

WINTER MONTHS 10/16 - 4/14 (HEATING)

After hours is defined as “From 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. - Monday thru Friday & from 1 p.m. Saturday thru 8 a.m. Monday” Tenant spaces are normally maintained by the Landlord at an average space temperature of 72 degrees during this period, this applies to perimeter and interior spaces alike.

To provide comfort heating for tenants requesting such in advance during this after hour period, would require the Landlord to raise the space temperature to 70 - 72 degrees by mechanical means and subsequently charge the tenant on a per hour basis as specified in the lease.

The per hour cost associated with this includes the Landlords actual cost of labor, utilities and supplies plus twenty percent (20%) as specified in the lease and is as follows:

OUR INCLUSIVE OPERATING COST PER HOUR IS $ 500. per hour

NOTE - 1: THIS COST IS FACTORED AT 100 % OF FULL HEATING CAPACITY.

  • One interior HVAC System (Supply & Return Motors)
  • One perimeter HVAC Zone (Upper or Lower)
  • Steam for interior (HVAC System) heating coils
  • Steam condensate recovery
  • Operating engineer and maintenance

SUMMER MONTHS 4/15 - 10/15 (COOLING)

After hours is defined as “From 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. - Monday thru Friday & from 1 p.m. Saturday thru 8 a.m. Monday” Tenant spaces are normally maintained by the Landlord at an average space temperature of 85 - 90 degrees during this period, this applies to perimeter and interior spaces alike.

To provide comfort heating for tenants requesting such in advance during this after hour period, would require the Landlord to raise the space temperature to 70 - 72 degrees by mechanical means and subsequently charge the tenant on a per hour basis as specified in the lease.

The hourly cost associated with this includes the Landlords actual cost of labor, utilities and supplies as specified in the lease and is as follows:

OUR INCLUSIVE OPERATING COST PER COOLING HOUR IS $ 500. per hour

NOTE - 1: AFTER HOURS COOLING CHARGES AT A FOUR-HOUR MINIMUM.
SUNDAY TO BE AT A 7 HOUR MINIMUM TO INCLUDE START UP TIME.

NOTE - 2: THIS COST IS FACTORED AT 100% OF FULL COOLING CAPACITY.

  • All motors associated with (1) one cooling tower (Pumps, Tower Fans)
  • Electric consumption
  • One (1) interior HVAC System (Supply & Return Motors)
  • One perimeter water pump (Motor)
  • Steam condensate recovery (Required by Law)
  • Operating engineer and maintenance
  • Chemical water treatment

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