EngineerAlly was founded in 2021 by a couple of Professional Engineers and industry veterans to improve residential HVAC systems' sustainability through inexpensive real-time technical advice. We believe that practical, inexpensive changes in equipment operation and maintenance can drive significant energy use reductions and that for the average homeowner, the only barrier to enacting these changes is not having a coach to guide them through the process. Engineers and service contractor advice, the most commonly available coaches, are prohibitively expensive, but technical advances in Internet-of-things provide a cost-effective means for providing technical advice at scale. By applying industrial IoT concepts commonly deployed in commercial HVAC, fleet management, and manufacturing environments to the residential HVAC market, EngineerAlly aims to significantly simplify HVAC system ownership while reducing the energy consumption of HVAC systems – the largest energy consumer in the home – and improving Indoor Air Quality to millions of homeowners.
EngineerAlly was created to address two common problems. First, there is no reliable advice on how frequently a filter should be changed due to the variety and complexity of systems and environments. Second, practical, inexpensive changes in equipment operation and maintenance can drive significant energy use reductions and for the average homeowner, the only barrier to enacting these changes is not having a coach to guide them through the process. It’s now possible to give your customers clean, healthy air while saving them energy/money and simplifying the process for both of you.
Your privacy is paramount to our trusted relationship, and we will never sell or share your personal information without your consent.
Our data collection is very specific to your system operation and what is needed to deliver our services. And once that data is no longer beneficial, we delete it.
It’s your data to use or delete. That’s right, just go to Profile settings on your desktop or mobile to manage your data. It’s that simple.
We treat your data like our own as any community would. Our ability to use the data to improve this world only works if we are vigilant in safeguarding its use.