Could HVAC Costs be Part of your Budget Issue?

Could HVAC Costs be Part of your Budget Issue?

Absolutely, HVAC costs can indeed be a significant factor in budgetary issues, particularly for businesses and organizations. Here are a few ways in which HVAC costs can impact budgets: Energy Consumption, maintenance/repairs, installation costs, seasonal functions, technological advances, building size, regulatory compliance, etc. Addressing HVAC costs often involves a combination of strategies: Assessment/Planning, Budget Forecasting, […]

Signs Your Facility’s HVAC System Requires Service

The recent drop in Tri-State temperatures should be a reminder that your building’s Heating systems will be running continuously from now until Spring. Is your Heating system prepared? By this time, most commercial building facility professionals have proactively taken steps to inspect and certify that their Heating systems are ready. However, heat system startups are […]

Navigating 2024: How Rising Costs Demand Strategic HVAC Budget Planning

According to many analysts, costs of goods and services in 2024 will continue to rise and potentially at a dramatic rate. As next year’s operational budget planning now takes center stage, inflation is a significant concern that budget planners must factor in. Mitigating the operating costs of your facility’s HVAC systems can be one area […]

The Hidden Benefits of a Planned Maintenance Program

Have you considered the effects of a poorly operating HVAC system has on your business? Employees are most productive when they’re comfortable in their workspaces. Being too hot or too cold can be a distraction, making it difficult to focus and be effective in their jobs. How about first impressions? When visitors enter your building, […]

Building Safety Month: The Benefits of an HVAC Maintenance Plan

The warmer temps and longer days have us all thinking about summertime, but here at Bachman’s, May brings us Building Safety Month and the importance of raising awareness that ensures safety in the spaces where we work, live, and learn. Your HVAC System keeps your building comfortable all year long. With the high cost of […]

In the Field: Brown County Christian Academy

Brown County Christian Academy had a water pipe freezing emergency that affected their ability to heat the school. They reached out to us, by way of referral from another customer in the area. A huge shoutout to our techs, Henry and Danny, who spent almost a month repairing the initial issues and correcting other unknown […]

Maintain Building Performance in Cold Weather– Freezing Conditions

As the weather fluctuates from warm to cold temperatures it is important to be sure your HVAC systems are ready for the change in conditions. When the temperature drops significantly, your HVAC systems are at risk of freezing. A frozen heating system cannot properly warm your building and can lead to permanent system failure. The […]

Prep Your HVAC System for Winter Weather

Winter is here, and it is important to make sure that your HVAC system is in check to handle the cold winter weather. Skip the stress of an HVAC emergency this winter by preparing your system to ensure it will be running reliably and efficiently all winter long. Avoid unexpected breakdowns and save money by […]

Save Money on Your Businesses Energy Bill & National Energy Awareness Month

National Energy Awareness Month (#NationalEnergyAwarenessMonth) is designated as October by the U.S. Department of Energy each year. This month is dedicated to energy efficiency and conservation activities. Using energy responsibly makes sense for both the environment and for when you see your next energy bill. In light of this month and every month, it is […]

Prep Your HVAC System for Summertime Heat

As summer is quickly approaching, it’s time to start thinking about the heat that is right around the corner. Avoid the headache of emergency HVAC issues this summer by preparing your system to ensure it will be reliable and running efficiently all summer long. By following a few steps, you will not only avoid unexpected […]