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Friday, January 20, 2012

MSNBC: Solar blast heading our way

According to the scientists, this solar blast would not be strong enough to knock out our power grids and shut down our communication networks. The knowledge that it is just one of the many we can expect in the next couple of years is rather disturbing though and we better brace ourselves for the time when we do get blasted by a more powerful one that will result in damage.

More often then not it occurs that after a power outage several electric appliances gave up the ghost or are in desperate need of either a replacement, or the expertise of a handyman. You may be skilled enough to do some minor repairs yourself, but when it comes to cooling units it is best to leave that in the capable hands of Air Conditioning Knightdale NC experts.

Should you find yourself in the position when your AC is not performing the way it is supposed to, then there is no need to break out in a cold sweat, although that certainly would be very convenient and extremely helpful during the hot summer days. Just keep your cool and take comfort in the knowledge that making one phone call is a quick and easy fix.

In other words; don't sweat it!



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