When it comes to COVID-19 reopening, California businesses and establishments are all over the place. You might be fully open, operating at partial capacity, operating outdoors or online only, or completely closed. No matter what your situation is, however, one thing is for certain: Your building should be working to integrate new procedures and equipment […]Read More »
With businesses preparing to safely reopen their doors for guests and employees, more and more business owners and managers are left wondering: Can HVAC technology help reduce the spread of COVID-19, and if so, what technology is the most effective? Luckily, there is HVAC technology that can help reduce the transmission of COVID-19 indoors and […]Read More »
By Luis Hernandez BMI Mechanical Chief Operating Officer Dax Brott said he was genuinely excited when the Tulare-based, family-owned company won the California Family Business of the Year award given out by the Institute for Family Business.Read More »
By Gabriel Dillard It was a reunion of sorts for Tulare County’s own “Flying Burrito Brothers” amateur volleyball team at the 25th annual California Family Business Award dinner last night in Fresno.Read More »
By Donna-Marie Sonnichsen An outpouring of support from throughout the county to a local museum has shown once more the heart the people of Tulare County have.Read More »
A 15% reduction in energy consumption can lower operating costs by $12,000 per year for every 50,000 square feet of space.
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