September 07 2016 0comment
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Repair or Replace: solving the ultimate appliance dilemma

What do you do when the water in your washing machine doesn’t drain out, when your dryer takes hours to get your clothes dry or when the freezer compartment in your refrigerator no longer keeps your foods at the proper temperature? Of course, we hope that your first thought will be to call us, since […]

August 26 2016 0comment
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Nuclear Cyber security

The risk of a major cyber attack on the nuclear industry is rising, potentially leading to blackouts or even meltdowns, researchers say. A cyber attack that takes two or three nuclear power plants offline could definitely cause major blackouts in the Country. “And if you look at a country like France, where 60 to 70 percent […]

August 26 2016 0comment
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How to Pinpoint Radioactive Releases

The amount of radioactive material released into the atmosphere was below existing security limits, but the facility has been closed down for recovery since the incident. When an amount of radioactive material is released into the atmosphere, it will spread out in directions defined by meteorological conditions, mainly wind. By collecting data from different sampling stations in an […]

July 13 2016 0comment
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Everything you need to know about mini nuclear reactors

Stephen Monk, Lancaster University Nuclear power can be a touchy subject, one that seems to divide opinion. Many people believe it is unclean, controversial and costly – and the 2011 Fukushima disaster showed the world just how unsafe nuclear can be; the meltdown of the power plant was the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl in […]

July 13 2016 0comment
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Nuclear Profile: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

In our last post, we profiled the Idaho National Laboratory (INL). Today, we will look at one of INL’s sister labs: The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL). The LLNL is located in the foothills east of California’s Bay Area, tucked away in the Lawrence Livermore Valley. It was founded in 1952 by the University of […]

July 13 2016 0comment
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Nuclear Profile: The Idaho National Laboratory

Spread out across several facilities in the vast desert between Idaho Falls and Arco, Nevada is the Idaho National Laboratory (INL). The INL is a site operated by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), and while most of the people who work there are contractors to the DOE, there are federal employees who work at […]

May 24 2016 0comment
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There are a number of things to consider when building an indoor shooting range. Indoor shooting ranges are wide and varied and good planning is critical in saving you money and any anticipated problems. When considering the building of a shooting range the first thought would be who would using the range and what caliber […]

March 07 2015 0comment
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Why It’s Probably Time For A Driveway Demolition

Many homeowners let their driveway deteriorate much further than it was ever meant to. Cracks and uneven pads can appear after a while and are often simply ignored. Left untended these issues will only get bigger as time goes on. Taking care of the smaller problem now can ultimately save you money in the long […]

March 07 2015 0comment
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How We Demolish Building Interiors

Demolishing buildings is what probably comes to mind when you first think of demolition, but tearing down an entire building is a bit of a last resort. In many cases demolishing the interior is more than enough to suit our customers needs. If the foundation and structure of the building is still in good condition, […]

March 07 2015 0comment
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Patio And Deck Demolition

Deciding when it’s the right time to demolish your own patio or deck is not always the easiest decision. There are many factors to consider. In many cases we get called out to demolish a deck once it’s become rather worn down and old. Some people will choose to have their outdated or weakening decks […]