Maintenance

Jim Kumorek · January 09, 2018
There are some items in your tech inventory that absolutely require regular maintenance to work effectively and obtain the full expected lifespan of each device.

Deborah Ike · December 19, 2017
Considering new construction, renovation or an expansion on your church facility? Here are words of wisdom given by church leaders who have completed their own house of worship projects.

Mark MacDonald · November 13, 2017
As we prepare to welcome guests to our church properties, an evaluation of their first point of entry - the parking lot - is worthy of our time and consideration. Here are 4 ways to eliminate common barriers to parking lot etiquette.

Colby May · August 09, 2017
6 factors to consider when choosing an electric provider in a newly deregulated energy market.

Jim Kumorek · March 07, 2017
Last year a church contacted me about wanting to get an outside evaluation of their technical production systems and processes.

Jeremy Mika · March 02, 2017
According to the ECCU, churches spend 82 percent of their yearly fiscal budget on administrative and maintenance costs which include personnel, facility maintenance and administration.

Martin Sinderman · September 23, 2016
Energy consumption is the second-largest cost item in most organizational budgets, including those of churches. Here's why getting that energy audit scheduled will set you on a path of lowering costs now, and in the long run.

Jeremy Mika · August 19, 2016
Christian Community Church, better known as Yellow Box, uses intelligent ventilation to keep it's membership alert and engaged.

Andres Caamano · August 15, 2016
The story of an LED retrofit went from an idea of saving significant money, to making worship an immersive experience - one that brings what is happening onstage to the congregation with light and sound.

By ‚ÄčKevin Mahoney · June 23, 2016
Where there are loose cables, there shall be tape. Here are some solutions to managing your cables for a safe production.