AC WORKS® Connector — Hurricane Season

Issue Thirty One of the WRAP UP Newsletter By AC WORKS®

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The WRAP UP Issue Eight Cover Story: 2020 Hurricane Season

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2020 Hurricane Season Let us help you keep the power on during hurricane season. Earlier in the year, the NOAA was predicting anywhere from 3-6 major hurricanes and for the season to be an above-average hurricane season. Fast forward to August, and the predictions have changed. The NOAA is now predicting up to 25 named storms. As we write this, there are two hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico, Laura and Marco. We have no way of knowing how the hurricane season will play out, but what we do know is how to help keep your power on in an...

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How to Power your Home after a Hurricane Strikes: Part Two

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After a hurricane strikes, you will want to be very careful to avoid potentially life-threatening dangers.  Some of those dangers are likely to be around any corner, once you emerge from your shelter.  The potential dangers are hiding in flood waters, your basement, your yard, and car.  Be cautious and know the warnings and how to avoid making a life-threatening mistake during your clean up and repair efforts. 

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