Posts in the News & Press Category

After a Quiet 2018, Tornado Activity Ramps Up in 2019

After a Quiet 2018, Tornado Activity Ramps Up in 2019 The weather in 2018 was fairly mild, especially when it came to tornadoes. Less than 1,000 twisters touched down in the U.S., according to AccuWeather. That number may shock you, but in actuality, it was significantly less than the years before. So much so that […]

What Last Year’s ‘Mild’ Hurricane Season Could Mean for 2019 Forecasts

What last year’s ‘mild’ hurricane season could mean for 2019 forecasts At first, the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season wasn’t exactly one for the record books. Sure, it was an above-average period for tropical storm activity – producing 15 named storms, three more than what is typical – but it wasn’t nearly as destructive a stretch […]

What to Expect From the Atlantic Hurricane Season

What to Expect From the Atlantic Hurricane Season The summer will be heating up soon enough and so too will the Atlantic hurricane season. Over a six-month period – stretching from June 1 to Nov. 30 – business owners up and down the eastern seaboard hold their collective breath, hoping that a tropical storm won’t […]

How Small Space Heaters can be a Big Problem

How Small Space Heaters can be a Big Problem During cold weather months, space heaters are a great way to take the chill out of the air. Even though they may be small in size, they’re capable of producing large amounts of heat, sparing you from having to dial up the thermostat. Unfortunately, a newly […]

What flood insurance does and doesn’t cover

What flood insurance does and doesn’t cover Most homeowners assume that their home insurance plans cover flooding, when in truth they do not. Typically, most standard homeowner’s insurance plans do not cover flood damage – whether it be caused by extreme weather or other external forces. Flooding is the most common natural disaster in America, […]

What Does Mold Need to Grow? 6 Things You Need to Prepare For

What Does Mold Need to Grow? 6 Things You Need to Prepare For There is a myriad of health problems associated with mold growth in your home. Additionally, this growth may impact the structural integrity of your home and can be expensive to completely remove. Taking steps to prevent mold from growing in the first place is […]

Disaster-Proofing 101: 8 Important Things You Need for StormProof Homes

Disaster-Proofing 101: 8 Important Things You Need for StormProof Homes It’s better to prepare for a storm before it happens, but what are the best ways to storm-proof your home? Here are 8 important things you need. When you storm-proof homes, the key thing is preparation. In the majority of cases, when a storm causes damage […]

Mike Brighton Joins the National Account Team

Blackmon Mooring & BMS CAT Hire New Vice President of Hospitality Services Mike Brighton Joins the National Account Team Blackmon Mooring & BMS CAT are proud to announce and welcome Mike Brighton as Vice President of Hospitality Services. Mike will be responsible for the oversight and growth of the hospitality sector. “Mike’s operational experience and […]

Amanda Schooler Promoted to Director of Marketing

Blackmon Mooring & BMS CAT Announces New Director of Marketing Amanda Schooler Promoted from Director of Advertising and Promotions Blackmon Mooring & BMS CAT are pleased to announce the promotion of Amanda Schooler to Director of Marketing.  Ms. Schooler will oversee the organization’s national marketing and branding initiatives through the planning, development and execution of advertising, content, […]

Odor Removal with Hydroxyl Generators

Odor Removal and Restoration Odor removal is a critical part of almost any restoration project. Fully eliminating odors has always been difficult since each project has unique challenges. Fire and soot restoration jobs, for example, can be particularly tricky. Fires damages more than just the burned and charred areas you can see. Soot and smoke […]