The purpose of our audit is to reduce your monthly service/equipment charges and to arrange for a refund of past overcharges - it's a win-win for both of us.
Our auditors review past billing histories to determine correct rates.
The electric industry is undergoing a revolution. Retail wheeling of electricity is being debated nationwide. The issues are complicated, and everyone seems to make valid points. However, the bottom line is whether or not your electric bill is being calculated correctly by your current service provider. At AUBA, we make sure your bill is being calculated correctly! We also determine if there is a way to reduce your per unit rates within the constraints of all applicable tariffs.
Our auditors compare current market pricing to existing bills to maximize savings.
AUBA has found many errors in how corporations calculate bills. These errors usually result in overcharges. Also, we have found errors in the how the local gas company calculates bills. The opportunity for a billing error has tremendously increased in this industry. AUBA knows what errors to look for, and how to secure you a refund for those overcharges! Our contingency-only audit is a great way to recover past billing errors and reduce future natural gas costs. We track the pricing of natural gas which allows us to stay competitive.
AUBA's National telecommunication library of rates will match your current usages with today's competitive pricing. Our goal is to reduce costs wherever possible without sacrificing levels of service that your business demands. Our knowledge of todays pricing will leverage your present costs which hundreds of clients have already benefited.
Our telecommunication audit includes review of Internet data circuit bandwidth costs, beepers, cellular, cable, satellite services, disaster recovery analysis along with your present PBX maintenance insurance costs.
Water lost through a leak could greatly impact your monthly bill. The longer the leak goes undetected and is not repaired, the greater the impact as the leak will likely increase. Leaks can be very expensive.
Impact of Water Leak - Monthly BiIl
Drip: Average 1 gallon every 15 minutes
2,880 gallons per month
Trickle: Average 1 gallon every 4 minutes
10,800 gallons per month
Stream: Average 1 gallon per minute
43,200 gallons per month
There are 3,141 counties and 42,624 cities in the United States of America and every one taxes your garbage differently. Do you know the least expensive way to collect yours? We Do!
AUBA can restore negotiating leverage to hauler-based contracts. We also compare price and service and work to create the best waste-stream system to your needs.
Thermal Efficiency Auditing
Our Certified thermal engineers discover areas where energy inefficiencies are costing your bottom line money. These inefficiencies are unable to be detected without the help of our thermal audit - detailed reports are provided.
Our thermal cameras will:
- Locate and address heat losses in a new or existing building.
- Locate missing, improperly installed, wet, or damaged insulation in walls, floors, and ceilings.
- Troubleshoot problems in heating, cooling, and plumbing systems.
- Detect poor electrical connections, overloaded circuits, electrical imbalances.
What are Stranded Assets?
Financial assets that have been sent to regulatory agencies for "safe keeping" required by laws and tariff rules such as utility credits, refunds adjustments, including vendor and commercial refunds or overpayments.
AUBA has been able to cross-reference these assets in national databases and recover them for many organizations.
Solar Energy Plans
Our auditors investigate the latest tariffs and federal regulations to reduce monthly costs using solar energy. Solar power is an environmentally friendly way to produce electricity. A typical 4 kW solar electric system will annually eliminate 10,000 lbs of CO2, 91 lbs of NO2, and 8 lbs of SO2 spewed into the environment. This is the equivalent to the pollution produced by driving a car 14,000 miles a year or the environmental benefit of planting 1.5 acres of trees.
Along with the positive environmental impact, a well-designed solar electric system can also offer generous economic returns.