Roth Electrical LLC

Roth Electrical LLC Roth Electrical LLC is a Full Service Electrical & Temperature Control Contractor serving Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Wisconsin.

A provider of critical infrastructure systems, ROTH ELECTRICAL gives life to new structures and sustains life in existing ones via high-quality commercial construction services and facilities services which include planning, installing, operating, maintaining and protecting the sophisticated systems that create facility environments. This includes electrical, mechanical, lighting, HVAC systems, heating and air conditioning, facilities security, fire protection, and energy power generation systems — in virtually every sector of the economy, and for a diverse range of businesses, organizations and government.

A provider of critical infrastructure systems, ROTH ELECTRICAL gives life to new structures and sustains life in existing ones via high-quality commercial construction services and facilities services which include planning, installing, operating, maintaining and protecting the sophisticated systems that create facility environments. This includes electrical, mechanical, lighting, HVAC systems, heating and air conditioning, facilities security, fire protection, and energy power generation systems — in virtually every sector of the economy, and for a diverse range of businesses, organizations and government.

Mission: To set the standards of performance in the Electrical Contractor Industry by delivering unparalleled service and value to our customers. Core Values Teamwork - We believe what we do as an individual, as a Company or as members of a project team affects others. Therefore, we strive for an environment that challenges and empowers people to be their best, to work safely, and to respect one another. Quality - We believe the quality of our work will represent us for years to come. We take pride in what we build. Service - We believe that people will do business with companies that meet their needs and provide solid, long-term customer service. Vision - We believe our innovation separates us from our competitors. Entrepreneurial ideas are encouraged, promoted, and implemented. We set the standards. Integrity - We believe that we cannot achieve our mission, nor Roth Electrical's other core values, if we do not act with the utmost honesty and integrity in our dealings with our customers, vendors and each other. Code of Ethics The purpose of the Roth Code of Ethics is to memorialize the highest ethical standards that have been the hallmark of Roth's operations, and to help us maintain such standards in the operation of our business in the future such that the company will continue to thrive and prosper. The Code embodies Roth Electrical's policies regarding individual responsibilities toward one another as well as the company's responsibilities to our owners, other contractors as well as others in the community. Central to the Code is Roth Electrical's commitment that it and all of its employees comply with all applicable laws and regulations in every jurisdiction in which the company performs its business activities. The Code applies to all employees of the company, including members of the management team.

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It’s here! The American Red Cross Giving Day kicked off early this morning and they’re off and running.Together, we can ...
06/02/2015

It’s here! The American Red Cross Giving Day kicked off early this morning and they’re off and running.

Together, we can show the world all the good the Red Cross community can accomplish in just one day, and bring more good days to those in need.

Give now at redcross.org/givingday.

Join the movement:

Make a donation to the Red Cross today. A generous donor has committed $25,000 to Giving Day. They challenge you to join them today and double their gift. When you do, you’ll have added another $25,000 to our total.
Tell your friends and family about Red Cross #allin1day. The more people who participate, the more families they can help this year and the more good we can all do.
Track the progress today on redcross.org/givingday and on Facebook and Twitter. They’ll be posting updates throughout the day.

For all of the families and communities in need of a helping hand, let’s make today matter. Let’s make today a great day!

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12/08/2014

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Weekly Fishing Tip: How to catch muskellunge when others can'tAngler holding a muskellungeFor many anglers muskellunge c...
10/09/2014

Weekly Fishing Tip: How to catch muskellunge when others can'tAngler holding a muskellunge
For many anglers muskellunge can be quite elusive, but having a few tips in your back pocket can make your trips more successful.

The first thing to consider is the type of lure you might use. Many experts recommend using a jerkbait-style lure to trigger vertical follows.

The next item to consider is where you might look for muskellunge. Always be looking for cover, including weed patches or downed trees – these are prime spots for this species to linger.

Lastly, don’t be afraid to focus your fishing time to late afternoon/early evening. These dusty hours can produce some quality opportunities.

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GO FLINT!!!Flint-area events planned as Manufacturing Day is celebrated across the nation on FridayFLINT, MI – Some loca...
10/03/2014

GO FLINT!!!

Flint-area events planned as Manufacturing Day is celebrated across the nation on Friday

FLINT, MI – Some local manufacturers will open their doors Friday, Oct. 3, and have special events to show a local perspective during national Manufacturing Day.

According to the national event website, "manufacturers will begin to address the skilled labor shortage they face, connect with future generations, take charge of the public image of manufacturing and ensure the ongoing prosperity of the whole industry."

Locally, two events are planned as a celebration, including one at Flint Engine Operations, 2100 Bristol Road.

There, GM Spokesman Tom Wickham said, a group of 20 Flint Northern and 20 Flint Southwestern students will tour the facility.

"We're talking about manufacturing in general," he said, adding it won't focus on only General Motors but the entire industry.

From there, several speakers will comment on the event, including Flint Mayor Dayne Walling, Flint Engine Plant Manager Terri Burden and Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce CEO Tim Herman.

"We were approached by Flint Mayor Walling to coordinate the semi-open house," Wickham said.

Students will also have the opportunity to meet with GM employees and other manufacturing experts to learn about different careers in the industry.

The MacArthur Corporation will also host a facility tour from 10 a.m. to noon at 3190 Tri-Park Drive in Grand Blanc.

The company, a certified Women's Business Enterprise and Minority Business Enterprise, manufactures industrial labels, tags, decals and die-cut components.

The event will focus on involvement with the U.S. Department of Commerce's Manufacturing Council and what reinventing the manufacturing industry means to Michigan and the United States.

Apart from Manufacturing Day events, the Flint Rotary Club will meet at noon on Friday at the Flint Golf Club, 3100 Lakewood Drive, to listen to speakers from American Spiral Weld Pipe about their new Flint facility that will manufacture pipe for the new water pipeline in the city.

Weekly Fishing Tip: Go "hunting" for fish this fall- - - Fishing for steelhead in MichiganAutumn can be one of the best ...
10/02/2014

Weekly Fishing Tip: Go "hunting" for fish this fall- - - Fishing for steelhead in Michigan
Autumn can be one of the best times of year to seek out your favorite fish species for a day of fun angling. Several species to target this October and November include walleye, perch and trout.

Walleye are thought to be in their best condition in the fall, and can often be found in the river mouth areas of larger, inland lakes. They’re gathering there to take advantage of baitfish that like to hang out as the weather cools off. Set your sights on 10 to 12 feet deep to find these guys.

Perch will also populate around those same river-mouths, but these fish will likely be much closer to the river than walleyes. Check out depths as shallow as four feet to find them.

Trout will be available in those larger lakes as well during this time period, and can be found in the same areas as the walleye and perch.

Try your luck at some great angling this fall. For more information on the numerous opportunities to fish in Michigan, visit www.michigan.gov/fishing.

09/25/2014
Family Friendly Fishing Waters - Water Body Submission Form Survey

Is your outdoor first-aid kit ready to go?
Do you carry a first-aid kit with you while you’re out fishing? You never know what can happen in the midst of an outing so it never hurts to be prepared. If you’re interested in putting together a kit be sure to include the following:

• Rubber gloves
• Scissors
• Tweezers
• Thermometer
• Hemostat
• Compresses
• Adhesive bandages
• Medical tape
• Compression bandage
• Antibiotic ointment
• Hydrocortisone cream
• Antibiotic wipes
• Eye-wash fluid
• Aspirin/ibuprofen

SOUTHWEST LOWER PENINSULA
St. Joseph: Pier anglers are catching a few salmon when casting spinners but overall, fishing was slow. Boat anglers trolling in 90 to 100 feet caught a few salmon.

St. Joseph River: Had a strong run of coho. Some are using spawn up near the dam at Berrien Springs but more fish were caught by those trolling or casting lures.

South Haven: Pier anglers caught Chinook and steelhead either early morning or late evening. Boat anglers caught fish when trolling in 80 to 120 feet with spoons, spinners and glow plugs.

Kalamazoo River: Is producing Chinook and coho salmon up near the Allegan Dam. Anglers are using spoons, spinners and spawn. A few brown trout were also caught.

Grand River at Grand Rapids: Has a strong run of coho. Most are shore fishing or wading. Try spawn sacks, Cleo’s, jointed thundersticks in fire-tiger, spoons, plugs, spinners, wobble glows and even crickets. Steelhead, brown trout and walleye were also caught.

Grand River near Lansing: No big numbers yet but a few salmon were caught near the dam at Moore’s Park. Anglers may also find a few walleye.

Looking Glass River: Is producing a few pike. Try casting or drifting with large minnows or lures. Look for bass near the brush piles.

Muskegon River: Salmon are moving up into the river however no big push as of yet. Try spawn, small spoons like Cleo’s, plugs, spinners, spawn bags or flies. Bright colors were a good choice.

Do you have a great spot to go fishing that you'd like to share? Consider submitting it to the DNR for the Family Friendly Fishing Waters project!

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FFFW?source=govdelivery&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

Thank you for submitting a body of water for the DNR's Family Friendly Fishing Waters website! Please fill out as much information as possible about your suggested water body. Please note questions with an asterisk next to them require answers.

Weekly Fishing Tip: Finding monster muskie in the fallAngler holding a muskellungeKnown as “the fish of a thousand casts...
09/18/2014
DNR - Muskellunge

Weekly Fishing Tip: Finding monster muskie in the fallAngler holding a muskellunge
Known as “the fish of a thousand casts,” the muskellunge can be a tough species to target. Have you always wanted to catch a big one? Check out this simple tip to try the next time you head out.

Consider when you’re out on the water focusing your efforts on the corners or inside turns of the lake(s) you’re fishing. These spots consist of bends in the bottom that cause a slight point to form. Muskies will often hide out in these spots, especially if it puts them close to deeper water, excellent cover, and access to food.

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Weekly Fishing Tip: Looking for some fun? Go fishing this fall!Ask many anglers and they’ll tell you that fall is a wond...
09/11/2014
DNR - Michigan Fish and How to Catch Them

Weekly Fishing Tip: Looking for some fun? Go fishing this fall!
Ask many anglers and they’ll tell you that fall is a wonderful time to go fishing as fish prepare for the colder months by ramping up their feeding efforts. Many folks heading out will target salmon, walleye, perch, panfish and bass and see much success when doing so.

Salmon
Many fish will return to their natal streams throughout this month and they’ll be hungry. Check out our salmon pages on the Michigan Fish and How to Catch Them website for tips on spots to locate them.

Walleye
Large schools of this species will move from the Great Lakes inland. By the end of September these fish will really be biting. Visit our walleye page to learn more about techniques for targeting them.

Perch
Both Lake Michigan and Lake Erie provide great opportunities for perch fishing during the fall as the large schools head to shallow water. Check out our perch page to find some great spots to fish for them.

http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-10364_52261-213908--,00.html?source=govdelivery&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

Department of Natural Resources | DNR - Michigan has about 146 kinds of fish, ranging from tiny minnows to giant lake sturgeon. There are about as many ways to fish as there are kinds of fish. This is a guide of best practices in Michigan fish and how to catch them.

There is a desperate need for volunteers to assist in #detroitflood cleanup efforts across southeast Michigan. Log on an...
08/28/2014
Michigan Community Service Commission | GiveGab

There is a desperate need for volunteers to assist in #detroitflood cleanup efforts across southeast Michigan. Log on and sign up to help your community today! http://bit.ly/1qL5Bof

Michigan Community Service Commission is a community that volunteers on GiveGab. Thousands of southeast Michigan residents are in desperate need of help in flood cleanup efforts. They need you. Volunteer today with the Michigan Community Service Commission and assist your neighbors during this disas…

08/21/2014
How-To: Choose the right equipment for fishing for panfish

Weekly Fishing Tip: Time to target panfish - here's how!
Summer is a great time to target panfish (bluegill, pumpkinseed, sunfish) – in fact, all year is a great time to target them!

This species is an especially good target for beginning anglers, if you know how to choose the right equipment. Check out our new video below that provides an explanation of the simple tackle you’ll need to catch lots of panfish in Michigan!

http://youtu.be/LgaSiP5naaA?list=PLB8EEE028999E8D2A

New to the sport of fishing? Not sure what kind of equipment to buy and use? Watch this video to learn about the basics of what you’ll need! www.mi.gov/fishi...

08/20/2014

Genesee Health Plan offers free health screenings, prizes & information about health care coverage at Genesee County Fair

FLINT – Genesee Health Plan (GHP)is inviting families visiting the Genesee County Fair on Friday, August 22, to visit the GHP tent, where they can get free health screenings, a chance to win prizes and information about enrolling in the help enrolling
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In the wake of Monday's historic flooding in Southeast Michigan, it is time to put on our gloves, safety glasses and old...
08/15/2014
Michigan Community Service Commission

In the wake of Monday's historic flooding in Southeast Michigan, it is time to put on our gloves, safety glasses and old clothes and get to work. Thousands of homes were impacted by the flood waters, leaving basements filled with standing water, destroying furniture, and causing unsanitary conditions.

We are asking for your help to join us as we head to Southeast Michigan to help out the elderly and other at-risk residents who may not be able to bail out water and remove their damaged belongings. There will be many opportunities over the coming days to help out, as each municipality continues to assess the damage and what assistance they need. We will try and post opportunities as they arise.

The first such opportunity is happening today, Friday, August 15, in the city of Warren. At Noon and 5 p.m., volunteers are asked to meet at the Warren City Hall Atrium to be trained on proper safety procedures. You will then be given an assigned location.

Everyone is asked to wear clothes you don't mind possibly throwing away later, including long pants, long sleeves, and closed-toe shoes. Bring gloves and safety glasses if you have them.

For more information on the City of Warren opportunities, contact Kelly Colegio at 586-216-7437 or [email protected].

For more information on other ways you can volunteer, contact the Michigan Community Service Commission at 517-335-4295 or visit us on our page: www.facebook.com/MICommunityServiceCommission

Building a culture of service by providing vision and resources to strengthen communities through volunteerism.

Weekly Fishing Report: St. Joseph:  Pier anglers have caught steelhead. Most are floating shrimp under a bobber. Fishing...
08/14/2014
DNR - Weekly Fishing Report

Weekly Fishing Report:
St. Joseph: Pier anglers have caught steelhead. Most are floating shrimp under a bobber. Fishing should stay decent as long as the water stays cold. Boat anglers caught a few salmon in 80 to 120 feet. Catch rates were spotty but some nice fish were taken. A good number of perch were caught in 30 feet.

South Haven: Salmon fishing was pretty good with fish caught in waters 80 feet and deeper. Dodgers and flies worked best for Chinook. Pier anglers are catching the occasional steelhead when floating shrimp. Perch fishing was good in 25 feet.

Grand Haven: The wind turned the lake over and cold water temperatures returned. Boats trolling off the end of the piers caught steelhead right along with those trolling spoons in the top 30 feet of waters 150 to 170 feet deep. Hot colors were orange and gold. Just a few Chinook were taken 40 to 85 feet down on spinnies and blue or green flies. Perch anglers were targeting waters 35 to 40 feet deep. Pier anglers caught steelhead on shrimp or alewife.

Grand River at Grand Rapids: Anglers are still taking the occasional summer steelhead when using flies, spinners, body baits or a jig and wax worm up near the dam. The catfish bite has slowed.

Grand River at Lansing: Is producing some walleye over at Moore’s Park. Try minnows along the wall where the fast water is.

Lake Lansing: Is producing a few bluegills.

Reeds Lake: Is producing some pike and panfish.

Muskegon: Catch rates were slow. Anglers are catching steelhead but fewer Chinook salmon in waters up to 170 feet deep. Steelhead were found in the top 30 feet and were hitting on orange or gold spoons. Those fishing the channel were casting spoons or using shrimp. No perch to report.

Whitehall: Anglers had some luck around the Clay Banks or two to three miles north of the pier in 170 feet when trolling 45 to 55 feet down. Some were heading north quite a ways to catch fish. The action really is around Little Sable Point right now and many were catching coho. Meat rigs worked best.

http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,1607,7-153-10364-34956--,00.html

Department of Natural Resources | DNR - Click on the link above or call 1-855-777-0908 for Michigan's full fishing report that is posted each week.

See you at the State Fair! Michigan State Fair has a new home @ the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi! The privately...
08/12/2014

See you at the State Fair!
Michigan State Fair has a new home @ the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi! The privately produced Fair honors the great Fair legacy w a 21 century twist!

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08/06/2014

Danish Wind Power to be Half the Price of Coal and Natural Gas by 2016 - - -
Wind power has overtaken all other energy sources as the cheapest form of electricity in Denmark, with a cost roughly half that of coal and natural gas projected by 2016, according to an analysis by the Danish Energy Association (DEA).

08/05/2014
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