How to Minimize Water Pollution in Agriculture

The agricultural industry uses around 70% of the world's freshwater. This means that they have the most to worry about in terms of potential contamination risk at least when it comes to volume. Here are a few technologies that can be built to help reduce potential pollution issues in water in this industry. Smart Monitoring Systems The fact that the world is set to grow by 34 percent by the year 2050 means that the agricultural industry is going to need to expand by 70 percent to keep up with all the new people. [Read More]

4 Signs You Need To Call An Electrical Contractor

Are you having electrical problems in your home? Some electrical problems can be easy to work around, which makes them rather tempting to ignore. But electrical problems can also be quite dangerous and only an electrical contractor will be able to tell you whether the situation is harmless or potentially hazardous.  1. Your Breakers Keep Tripping Do you find that your breakers are tripping once a month -- or even once a week? [Read More]

Seasonal Screen Maintenance Can Keep Your Home Bug-Free This Spring

Spring often brings with it an infestation of creepy-crawlies. This is in part because insects are waking up from their winter slumber, but it's also because this is the time of year that the windows are thrown open. Even a minor breach in your screens can give entry to the pests. Although most don't survive long inside, they are a nuisance. Locating problem screens and scheduling a visit from a screen repair technician can keep your home bug-free this spring and summer. [Read More]

Hot And Cold: Upgrading Your Windows For Your Climate

Damaged, cracked or ill-fitting windows might seem like an annoyance at first, but from another point of view, they might just be an opportunity. The older your windows are, the more window technology has changed since they were installed. So rather than just replacing your windows with the same old thing, consider what window upgrades make the most sense for where you live. Cold Climates: Glazing A lot of heat is lost through windows when it's cold outside. [Read More]