Summertime Sun Safety

Summertime Sun Safety Whether you’ve got a vacation coming up or you’re simply planning on spending time in the sunshine at home this summer, here are some tips to protect your skin from the sun. *Source: https://www.northshore.org/healthy-you/sun-safety-tips/ Summertime Sun Safety Coloring Page What better way to communicate the importance of wearing sunscreen than printing this out […]

Indoor Entertaining this Summer

Indoor Entertaining this Summer After a long work week, the last thing I want to do on a Friday night is get dressed up to go out for dinner. Instead, the first thing I dream about doing when I get home from work is changing into my comfy clothes as quickly as possible. Accordingly, Friday […]

Outdoor Summer Crafts

Outdoor Summer Crafts Enjoy the weather outdoors by gathering the kids, and the entire family, for some quality craft time. Family-Friendly Outdoor Crafts Windy Day Play – DIY Wind Chime Here is a great way to spruce up your backyard while recycling tin cans and beating the boredom blues.  Although adult help is necessary for assembly, kids […]

Indoor Summer Activities

Indoor Summer Activities Looking for some fun ways to keep the kids entertained this summer indoors? Here are a few indoor summer activities that the whole family will enjoy! Hands-On Activities for Kids Domino Play Day Dominoes is an ideal game to play with kids, because the rules are simple. Older children can play this […]

Summer Cleaning Shortcuts

Summer Cleaning Shortcuts Take the stress out of the season’s cleaning challenges with these shortcuts! Use leftovers as cleaning supplies. If you have half of a lemon leftover, use it to clean stainless steel fixtures and faucets. Rub it over the areas you want to clean and then wipe it down with a microfiber cloth. Get […]

What’s The Big Deal About This Volcano?

We have all see the startling images coming out of Hawaii as Mount Kilauea wreaks havoc on the region. Mandatory evacuations have displaced residents of the Big Island as lava slowly engulfs everything in its path. But the eruption is slow right? This isn’t the dramatic eruptions that most people traditionally think of (like a […]

Tornado Safety Checklist

Tornado Safety Checklist A tornado is a violently rotating column of air extending from the base of a thunderstorm down to the ground. Tornado intensities are classified on the Fujita Scale with ratings between F0 (weakest) to F5 (strongest). They are capable of completely destroying well-made structures, uprooting trees and hurling objects through the air like deadly missiles. Although severe tornadoes are more […]

Who We Are

Throughout my tenure working in the Recruiting Department, there are two questions I have been asked a few times: Who is Blackmon Mooring & BMS CAT? What does the company you work for do? (Mostly by my family back in Missouri where we do not currently have a location) Great questions! Today, I wanted to […]

Meet Ax Torres

Blackmon Mooring & BMS CAT were blessed in 2017 to welcome Ax Torres to our family, as the General Manager for our Orlando location. He took over the GM role just in time for Hurricane Irma to hit the East Coast. Although he was new to Florida, having moved from Chicago a few weeks prior, […]

Duct Leakage. Does it really matter?

Increasing Energy Consumption in the United States To understand why reducing duct leakage, and therefore energy consumption, is important we need start by looking into our past. This graph provides a historical overview of the U.S. energy consumption, production, import and export over the last 60 years. As you can see, our consumption has almost […]