About

e.i.p. delivers products to increase energy savings and enhance building health

Clients rely on e.i.p. to ensure successful outcomes in improving indoor environmental quality

Energy Improvement Products
(Manufacturer’s Representative)

Founded in 1983 e.i.p. is a leader in providing quality products and solutions to consulting engineers, contractors and end users. Our company offers highly technical devices that deliver energy savings and contribute to the overall well-being of the buildings we serve. Clients have grown to rely on our expertise and support to ensure successful outcomes. e.i.p. is continuing to expand and remains highly competitive in the Chicagoland marketplace, throughout the state of Illinois and Northern Indiana.

Our business philosophy has proven to be the key element to our continued success.  We pride ourselves on operating with integrity and providing quality products and solutions.  e.i.p.’s style can be characterized as “hands-on” and intensely personal. We maintain a strong network and value our relationships with engineering firms, contractors and other end users.

Portrait of our Founder

Jim Karambelas has more than 40 years of experience in the HVAC Industry. Jim studied Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University and has been a member of ASHRAE since 1983.  He has completed numerous IAQ/AFMS installations on a turnkey basis, including the Chicago Board of Trade and Argonne National Laboratory – Photon and CLO Buildings.  He was a Chairman for AMCA International – Air Flow Measurement Committee.

Recent Case Studies

Planned Community Can Bill Tenants for Actual Energy Use

Developed by Dart Realty (Cayman) Ltd. in collaboration with a team of architects, city planners, landscape designers, and wind, water, ...Read More

University of California San Francisco (UCSF)

During the design phase of UCSF’s 654 Minnesota Street Project, UCSF had concerns about the overall quality of Indoor Air, ...Read More

The Art Institute of Chicago

The Art Institute of Chicago was founded in 1879 and welcomes nearly 1.5 million visitors from around the world during ...Read More