A L Covell Electric Inc

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A L Covell Electric Inc
A L Covell Electric Inc is listed in the Pumps Service & Repair category in Brooksville, Florida. Displayed below is the only current social network for A L Covell Electric Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of A L Covell Electric Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for A L Covell Electric Inc is:
600 S Main St
Brooksville, FL 34601
(352) 544-0680

"A L Covell Electric Inc" - ZapScore Report

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A L Covell Electric Inc has an overall ZapScore of 71. This means that A L Covell Electric Inc has a higher ZapScore than 71% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Brooksville, Florida is 35 and in the Pumps Service & Repair category is 29. Learn more about ZapScore

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A.L. Covell Electric LLC shared their post — with Tony Covell and Bryon Covell.
We are proud to present our latest project which was designed, engineered and built by Bryon A. Covell. The control panel has the latest PLC design features to operate a sewer plant for a large community in our area. Take notice in the photos of the size and scope of the control panel that weighed over 2,000 lb. Tony Covell was on hand to supervisor the heavy work of moving and mounting the panel. Bryon doesn't want to admit it, but he was really proud to have his dad show up on the job to give him moral support. Best of all, our customer is pleased their wastewater plant now has the latest in PLC design

A.L. Covell Electric LLC added 13 new photos.
We are proud to present our latest project which was designed, engineered and built by Bryon A. Covell. The control panel has the latest PLC design features to operate a sewer plant for a large community in our area. Take notice in the photos of the size and scope of the control panel that weighed over 2,000 lb. Tony Covell was on hand to supervisor the heavy work of moving and mounting the panel. Bryon doesn't want to admit it, but he was really proud to have his dad show up on the job to give him moral support. Best of all, our customer is pleased their wastewater plant now has the latest in PLC design

Having trouble with your automation equipment? Call, Bryon can get you on the right track with your PLC problems.

A.L. Covell Electric LLC shared Mike Rowe's video.
Hot Under The Blue Collar, Episode 11 Last night on the tee-vee, as I flicked back and forth between my most trusted sources of cable news, I saw a number a college students setting fire to the American flag. Some of the students said they were "angry." Others said they were "disgusted." But many others were anxious to explain why they had become “fearful” of the American Flag. Interesting. At Hampshire College, The President, Jonathan Lash, has actually removed the flag from his campus, in response to students who expressed “fear and discomfort” when confronted by the sight of Old Glory. He offered this explanation: “Removing the flag from our campus will better enable us to focus our efforts on addressing racist, misogynistic, Islamophobic, anti-immigrant, anti-Semitic, and anti-LGBTQ rhetoric and behaviors.” As I dropped one of those giant round ice cubes into a tumbler of Whistle Pig, I couldn’t help but wonder if President Lash was unaware that billions of people around the world are routinely subjected to horrific levels of racism, misogyny, and bigotry that far exceed any injustice in modern-day America. Furthermore, I was curious to know if President Lash really believed that removing our flag is a better way to assuage the fears of his frightened students, than simply educating them about the undeniable fact that no country on the planet affords its citizens more liberty than this one? Finally, I found myself wondering as to why the President of Hampshire College would allow his students to pay for their tuition with federal dollars – federal dollars provided by the same government whose flag was no longer suitable to fly at his school. Here’s the problem. Tuition at Hampshire College is about $60,000 a year. That’s not a problem because it’s expensive – it’s a problem because 85% of Hampshire students qualify for some form of federal financial aid. http://bit.ly/2gsZxnk. That means that We the People are enabling schools like Hampshire to sell a liberal arts degree for approximately $250,000. With $1.3 trillion dollars of student debt currently on the books, I found myself thinking how nice it would be to hear a more persuasive argument from those who will happily take money from a country whose flag they despise. I turned the channel, and watched another group of students dance around another pile of burning flags at another expensive university. I couldn't tell where they were, but occurred to me that wherever they were – it probably wasn’t a trade school. To my knowledge, no one has ever burned a flag at a trade school. I wonder why that is? I have no idea, but the thought reminded me that I had yet to post Episode 11 of Hot Under the Blue Collar. It features a graduate from one of those schools – a guy named Scott. Scott studied to be an electrician, and his comments, though not nearly as expensive as Daniel’s, are far more… illuminating? Carry on, and don’t play with matches. Mike

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