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Electronics inside a poorly insulated room have a high possibility of overheating and malfunctioning because heat and technology are natural enemies. To technology companies, a short circuit on a server means a tremendous amount of backlog, lost investments, and a bad reputation.
This is especially important in Ann Arbor since it is one of the country’s technology hubs. In fact, according to mlive.com:

The Business Accelerator Network for Southeast Michigan recently announced that its four key technology business accelerators have helped create 7,225 technology jobs and 225 tech companies since the first accelerator was created in 1999.
The BANSEM group came together in 2010 and is made up of Ann Arbor SPARK, Automation Alley, Macomb-OU INCubator and TechTown Detroit. The report said that the 225 new companies have gone on to secure more than $300 million in follow-on investment.

Now that summer has started, good insulation will be more important than ever to keep assets safe, especially since the heat and humidity can get very high and that can cause a lot of problems. Relying on air conditioning exclusively isn’t ideal either, because high electricity bills lead to lower profit. You can achieve lower room temperatures with good quality windows in Ann Arbor, MI. We at Tittle Brothers Construction can help you with this since we have years of experience in the industry.
The windows we install from brands like Renewal by Andersen and Pella Windows are engineered for thermal efficiency and rank among the highest in quality and durability. With a constant indoor temperature, you can slash the possibility of your electronic devices overheating and malfunctioning. Whether it is for replacement or window repair in Ann Arbor, you can trust Tittle Brothers Construction to give you the best service and products for residential or commercial use.
(Article Excerpt from Tech accelerator group reportedly adds 7,000 jobs to Ann Arbor, Detroit regions since 1999, Mlive, June 4, 2014)