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humidity levels bmi mechanical
▸ August 10, 2021

Whether you live in Florida or California, we should all shoot to maintain normal indoor humidity levels. But what exactly is considered “normal” indoor humidity levels and why is it important? Let’s break it down. What is a normal indoor humidity level? A normal (or ideal) indoor humidity level would be somewhere between 30% and […]

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dripping air conditioner
▸ May 26, 2021

“My air conditioner is dripping” — so, what now???  If your air conditioner is dripping fluids, don’t panic. There are a handful of common issues that can lead to a drippy AC. As long as you take the right steps to correct the cause of the leak, all should be fine. However, if you wait […]

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Small AC blowing out warm air on table
▸ May 5, 2021

Is your AC blowing out warm air? If this is the case, you might be able to self-diagnose the issue on your own.  However, even if you are able to diagnose the issue, you may still need professional help. Whether it’s a residential or commercial AC unit, you need to make sure you correctly identify […]

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▸ March 29, 2021

Should I turn my AC off when I’m not home? What about when I’m on vacation? Should I turn off my air conditioner when I’m gone for a few days? Does turning my AC off even save me money? Or does it actually end up costing me more money in the long run? Questions like […]

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portrait of a disgusted girl pinching her nose you hvac smells
▸ February 26, 2021

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 […]

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Factoid

Commercial tenants who experience 3 annual interruptions to HVAC service have a 56% probability of not renewing their lease. If they also have problems dealing with building management, that probability increases to 80%.

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BMI’s corporate mantra of ‘Where Better Really Matters’ is not only true, but stringently adhered to by their staff. The typical less onerous route of letting someone else deal with an obvious warranty issue would have been the reaction by a number of service companies, especially over a holiday period. The perseverance of BMI’s staff speaks volumes about the company’s integrity and capabilities.

Charles J. Gill
President
Integrated Service Group, Inc.

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