• Why The Wind May Be Blowing Shingles Off Your Roof

    27 April 2015

    You know that wind can damage your roof; strong winds can even blow off the shingles. However, this doesn't mean that your shingles should fall off the roof every time a slight wind blows. If that is happening, then there is something wrong with your roof, and you should suspect: Dust Issues during Installation It's not advisable to install shingles when the air is extremely dirty. The air is likely to be extremely dusty if there is a construction site next to your house, or a field is being plowed, and the land is dry.

  • Well Pump And Repeater Placement For Efficient Farming

    13 April 2015

    The small farm isn't as strong as it has been in the past hundred years, but it's not impossible to manage one with the right technological advancements. If you want to maximize daylight, reduce muscle fatigue and get more work done in general, getting watering tasks as automated as possible can shave hours out of every day. As you plan your irrigation system, consider a few well pump and water repeater placement concerns that could help you get water down the fields and ready for any type of farm use.

  • A Few Things To Do To Help With The Plumbing In Your House

    31 March 2015

    Having drain or other plumbing problems in your home is more than frustrating. It can cause damage to other parts of the house and cost you a lot of money. There are things that are out of your control that will need to be repaired by a professional. However, there are also steps you can take to minimize the risk of having major issues with the way the water comes into and leaves your home.

  • How To Replace A Sink Plunger That Breaks Off

    18 March 2015

    Bathroom sinks typically have a pop-up plunger and stopper that act to open and close the basin so you can fill it up with water. One day you might walk into the bathroom, push the plunger with a normal amount of force, and the plunger will pop off in your hand. You don't need to call in a plumbing professional yet. A simple trip to the hardware store and some minor adjustments will fix your plunger problem.

  • Building A Laundromat: Why Your Electrician Is Your Primary Contractor

    5 March 2015

    Each and every dryer and washing machine in a laundromat carries its own electrical load. When all of those machines are plugged in, they are using small drafts of power in standby. If, at any point, ALL of the machines in a laundromat are running at full capacity, the electrical system in the building needs to to be ready to handle that large of a power demand. Managing the power load begins with an electrician from a company like C & R Electric, Inc, before he or she even sees a machine in position.