Monday, April 28, 2014 0 comments
We would like to take this oppourtunity to say thank you again to our suppliers for their support and donations to the Rain Harvest Project. Many thanks to Jupiter Aluminum, Nichols Aluminum, West Shore Resources, Bau Meister Fabrications, Featherlite Ladders, Midwest Tools, Cardinal Fasteners, Henry Co., Akzo Nobel, Van Mark, and KWM.Read More - Another Thank You
Thursday, April 03, 2014 0 comments
On March 27th BMI held another successful open house at our Kingston branch. Many thanks to our staff for organizing, our vendors for donating their time and prizes, and of course our customers for attending. Check out the gallery to see some of the days events.
If you're interested in attending an open house and are in the area stop by our North Bay branch on May 1st.Read More - Celebrating Another Successful Open House
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 0 comments
Come join us on March 27th in Kingston for an open house. We will be featuring a gutter clinic, aluminum shingle demos and many vendor exhibits. See the below flyer for details
Or if you are in the northern Ontario area join us at our North Bay branch on May 1stRead More - BMI Open Houses
Wednesday, February 19, 2014 1 comment
In 2012, John and Vikki Buchner travelled to Kenya to volunteer at Mully Children’s Family (MCF) – a home that rescues orphaned and abandoned children and gives them food, a home, and an education to be productive members of society. While there, John noticed that there was no gutter system in place to collect any rain water, thus losing the opportunity to collect this precious resource. Inspired by this, John decided that he was going to use his knowledge and expertise to install gutters on MCF’s 46 buildings while simultaneously teaching income generating skills to African youth.
Thanks to some very generous donors, John was able to collect the materials needed to make this project possible. On January 29th, John and Vikki Buchner, Tom Howson, Carl Brausewetter of Bau Meister Fabrications and 20 other individuals travelled to Kenya to begin work on the buildings.
On behalf of John and the rest of the Rain Harvest Project Team, we would like to thank these various gracious donors: Jupiter Aluminum, Nichols Aluminum, West Shore Resources, Bau Meister Fabrications, Featherlite Ladders, Midwest Tools, Cardinal Fasteners, Henry Co., Akzo Nobel, Van Mark, and KWM. Without your help, this dream would not have been made into a reality.Read More - Buchner Led Team Travel to Kenya for The Rain Harvest Project
Thursday, February 13, 2014 0 comments
The dream has been realized and we have had a wonderful experience teaching and working with MCF on the Rain Harvest Project.Read More - The Rain Harvest Project is Complete
Friday, August 23, 2013 0 comments
Once again BMI held it's annual golf tournament and once again it was a fun day for all. Thanks to everyone who participated and helped out and congratulations to all the winners.Read More - BMI Golf Tournament
Thursday, June 27, 2013 0 comments
It was a wonderful day out on the course for the Central Machinery golf tournament. For the third year in a row a member of the BMI team took home the prize for longest drive.
Many thanks to our gracious and generous hosts.Read More - Central Machinery Golf Tournament
Tuesday, June 18, 2013 0 comments
Hi John, I am installing Aluminum Fascia and have 2 questions, first of all I made the mistake of using Pressure Treated for my fascia boards, I now plan on covering the pressure treated with blue skin in order to keep the Aluminum Fascia from contacting the Wood, would that work?. #2 What is proper way to install Fascia, online I found a video that showed screwing Fascia from underside, but not sure if that is the way to go and screws or nails?
PeteRead More - Ask John #18: Using Pressure Treated Lumber with Aluminum
Tuesday, May 21, 2013 0 comments
I have a gutter 90 ft. long and it is kinking in a few places why would that happen it is only 6 month old
JohnRead More - Ask John #17: Aluminum Expansion and Contraction in Cold and Hot Weather
Wednesday, May 08, 2013 0 comments
The trough on my house is overflowing. How can I fix this and prevent it in the future?Read More - Ask John #16: Overflowing Eavestrough