Rod Bachman, Vice President of Bachman’s Inc, announces that the company has been recognized as a Mitsubishi Electric, US Inc. Diamond Commercial Contractor. This recognition is given to only Mitsubishi Electric business partners who have consistently demonstrated professionalism, loyalty and relentless effort to grow their business using their commercial HVAC products.
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“Bachman’s Inc has demonstrated their deep product knowledge, expertise, and experience through a series of eligibility requirements and qualifications.” Mike Hampton, Senior Manager Strategic Programs – Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating.

What if the best steak restaurant in the city offered you unlimited visits, anything from the menu and bar, and tips included for $250/month; would that be a good value? Depends on whether you have ever tried paying the tab after a night out at a great steak restaurant. For those of us who have tried, $250/month for unlimited access to the restaurant would be fantastic! What if you could have a luxury car lease for $300/month with unlimited miles that promised a new model every 2 years without a price change; would you do it? Most likely.
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Commercial HVAC companies like to talk about how much attention they give your equipment during the spring start-up PM cycle. Major components are checked, the coils are cleaned*, filters and belts changed. All this to make sure that on that 1st hot day that calls for air conditioning, the system will work without failure. These are all good maintenance practices and recommended by your equipment’s manufacturer.
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By now, you have probably tuned out the conversation on environmentally- friendly refrigerants replacing the popular R-22 refrigerant. So why are we writing about this again? Budgeting!
The “famous” Montreal Protocol edict from the late ’90’s that our Environmental Protection Agency adopted states that by the year 2020, production of R-22 refrigerant in the US will cease and that the amount of the product allowed in from other countries will be minimal. While there are technical aspects to this law, it also means the potential for skyrocketing costs of the R-22 product from this point forward.
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Building operators are often confronted with complaints about the temperature levels in various areas of their facilities. The comfort of occupants is critical to maintain high levels of productivity. As the temperature rises in Greater Cincinnati, so does the humidity levels both inside and outside your building.
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