As we head into warmer months and prepare for a little spring cleaning, don’t forget to add your HVAC system to the list. Even if you currently have an HVAC contractor providing preventative maintenance services, you’ll want to double check that thorough cleaning is being completed with your maintenance service on a regular or seasonal basis. Keep in mind, […]Read More »
If your AC smells bad, you’re likely wondering, “How do I get rid of the smell in my air conditioner?” However, before you can answer this question, you first need to understand what’s causing the smell in the first place. In many cases, you can figure out what’s causing the smell by determining what type […]Read More »
If you want to lower HVAC repair costs, then you’re not alone. Companies throughout California struggle to maintain their HVAC costs and end up spending significantly more than they originally planned. However, this goes above and beyond budgeting. This struggle can lead to downtown, less comfortability, and energy waste — which ultimately, results in more […]Read More »
If you find yourself on Google searching for “the best HVAC company,” maybe you should shift your search to “HVAC company that puts customers first”; because, really, shouldn’t they be the same thing? With decades of combined experience working as an HVAC contractor for companies throughout California, we’ve developed a method of service that works for our […]Read More »
HVAC technology and what it can mean for your business will be more important than ever in the coming years. But what exactly does this mean in 2021? Let’s take a quick look at some of the top trends for commercial HVAC systems in 2021 and break down what benefits they can provide for your […]Read More »
There are a million and one things you’re required to keep up with as a business owner, including regulatory updates for HVAC refrigerants — in particular, the current phaseout of R-22 refrigerant. Regulatory updates such as this one should be taken care of swiftly. Failure to do so in a timely manner could result in […]Read More »
Over the winter months and holiday season, many manufacturing facilities and industrial plants will likely consider a temporary shutdown for some of their mechanical systems. At the same time, it’s a perfect opportunity to deep clean and sanitize, coordinate deferred repairs, and schedule proactive replacement of aging components. While these tasks can expand to include […]Read More »
As your employees start to prep for the holiday season, your building should start to prep for the holiday season, as well. This prep work includes a variety of winter building maintenance checks and to-dos. To help you get all your ducks in a row for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and beyond, we’ve created a simple winter […]Read More »
For the average business, end-of-year signifies end-of-year planning for investments and repairs. However, it’s not always cut-and-dry whether or not these investments are worth it in the long run. Should you bite the bullet and invest in new equipment or should you simply repair what you have and keep moving forward? To help you answer […]Read More »
As we head into 2021, business owners and managers are looking inward. The end of year is a prime opportunity to plan investments and evaluate current preventative maintenance programs and strategies. But when evaluating these programs, what exactly should you be scrutinizing and how do you know whether or not to make changes? Let’s take […]Read More »
Employee productivity can be improved 1.5-6% in an average commercial building just by addressing indoor comfort and air quality.
National Energy Management Institute
For nearly 19 years BMI has supplied services to Laurelglen Bible Church under an annual maintenance contract. Our experience with BMI has always been exceptional. Your staff is professional and always available to meet our needs in a timely manner. The maintenance
contract has taken ‘the risk out’ of servicing and repairing our HVAC units.
John F. Penrose
Laurelglen Bible Church