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  • How do commercial HVAC systems work?

    How do commercial HVAC systems work?

    HVAC, which stands for Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning, helps control temperature, air quality and humidity within large buildings such as offices, restaurants, factories and shopping centres.
    These systems provide a comfortable and safe environment for staff and customers from the colder winter months through to the warmer
  • Making your business safe for reopening

    Making your business safe for reopening

    Since 19th July, the easing of lockdown restrictions in the UK has led to thousands returning to the office.  
    We’ve all been made well aware of the dangers posed by a deadly airborne virus over the last 18 months - but there are many other risks associated with the reopening of businesses post-pandemic. 
    Legionella in water systems
  • Solar panels on house roof

    The best alternatives to gas boilers

    The UK has always been a big fan of gas boilers and heating, but there are a number of cleaner and greener alternatives to heating your home.
    Due to the fact that North sea reserves have made the gas convenient, cheap and easy to run, 80% of our homes in the UK are heated with natural gas - significantly higher than most other
  • Underfloor heating installation

    The benefits of underfloor heating

    Underfloor heating is discrete, efficient and it can make a home or business premises far more comfortable.
    These hidden heating systems offer an ‘out of sight’, luxury heating option, while also freeing up precious wall space to offer a more attractive and practical heating choice for your home or business.
    How does it work?
  • Legionnaires disease

    Legionella: How to prevent the risk of Legionnaires disease in your workplace

    Whether you’re working in a pub, a retail space, a hotel, or even an office – the chances are your water systems haven’t been used for a long time. 
    Dangerous bacteria and disease, such as Legionella, can multiply in stagnant water systems – and risk being transmitted to humans, with sometimes dangerous consequences.

    Legionella can
  • SafeContractor Approved

    MBMS achieves Accredited Safe Contractor status

    MBMS achieves Accredited Safe Contractor status
    MBMS has once again received Accredited Safe Contractor status for the third consecutive time. 
    As the UK’s leading accreditation scheme for contractors, Safe Contractor is committed to setting health and safety benchmarks that drive industries forward and make the world of work a safer place.
  • We’re a five-star service you can trust

    We're a five-star service you can trust
    As a trusted and professional multidisciplinary company, we’ve been providing project and maintenance services for a number of high-profile industry names through CBRE.
    CBRE is the UK’s leading property services company and the largest commercial real estate services provider in the world. Through
  • Constructionline Gold

    MBMS awarded Constructionline Gold accreditation

    MBMS awarded Constructionline Gold accrediation 
    We’re very proud to have been awarded the Gold (Level 3) accreditation from Constructionline, for the third year running. 
    The prestigious health & safety award enables us to demonstrate a higher level of competence and compliance within our industry, and allows our business to continue
  • dirty HVAC vent

    Why HVAC systems pose a risk after lockdown

    Why HVAC systems pose a risk after lockdown
    More businesses including pubs and restaurants are now able to fully reopen, serving customers indoors for the first time since January.

    Museums, cinemas and other indoor attractions can also reopen and hotels and B&Bs can welcome guests again.

    Next month, things may move further, when millions
  • Opening after lockdown: Why your water systems need attention

    Opening after lockdown: Why your water systems need attention


    Businesses across the UK are reopening their spaces to the public after months of closures during lockdown. But opening commercial spaces which have been left empty for such a long time comes with many risks, especially when it comes to your water

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