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 […]

Good News for Father’s Day

Moms have always received more attention for Mother’s Day then Dads do for Father’s Day. This should not be a shocker to anyone. However, there is good news this year about Father’s Day. The National Retail Federation has been conducting interviews every year since 2003 to see how much Americans plan to spend on Father’s […]

Summer Break Countdown

Are you ready for summer break?

My nine-year old daughter reminded me the other day that they have “something like 10 days left” before schools out for summer. I looked at the calendar and realized she was right, summer is right around the corner and I haven’t created my “before school lets out to-do list”. Stress immediately set in as I […]

Mother’s Day…What’s a Husband to do?

Ways to celebrate mom for Mother's Day

If you are like me, every year I plan on coming up with a GRAND gift for Mother’s Day. However, it seems to come down to the last minute and I scramble to find decent flowers at the grocery store. My kids are getting older, 10 and 13 years old, and I have tried to […]

Nasty Norovirus

Norovirus outbreaks have been making national news the past couple of years. Schools, hospitals, cruise ships and everywhere in between seem to have been hit by this highly contagious stomach bug. If you, or someone you know, has ever had the misfortune of contracting the nasty virus, you know it’s definitely a force to be […]

Secure Document Destruction for Wet or Contaminated Paper

Secure document destruction is imperative to ensure the safety and security of an entity’s information. Breach of the protocol can be catastrophic to both the entity and its business associates. Secure destruction of documents must be done accurately, thoroughly and a verifiable chain of custody is required. Secure Destruction is Complicated by Wet, Moldy or […]