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- After storm, invisible damage to AC could prove costly - Citrus County ChronicleCitrus County ChronicleAfter storm, invisible damage to AC could prove costlyCitrus County ChronicleAnd it's best to have the unit checked out now while Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) inspectors are around to assess storm damage to people's homes and property, said Dave Hutchins, owner and president of Bay Area Air Conditioning Inc. in […]
- Still Waiting for FEMA in Texas and Florida After Hurricanes - The ... - New York TimesNew York TimesStill Waiting for FEMA in Texas and Florida After Hurricanes - The ...New York TimesAfter Harvey and Irma, residents are waiting weeks for FEMA inspections and hours on hold when calling the agency's help line.and more »
- Workers are dangling from helicopters to fix Puerto Rico's power lines - CNNKXLH Helena NewsWorkers are dangling from helicopters to fix Puerto Rico's power linesCNNSan Juan, Puerto Rico (CNN) Power workers with no fear of heights are being hoisted up by helicopter in the mountains of Puerto Rico to repair the island's devastated transmission lines. About 300 are in Puerto Rico already and ... "We have over 100 ...Pue […]
- All Year Cooling Announces New Coupon With UV Installation - Broadway WorldBroadway WorldAll Year Cooling Announces New Coupon With UV InstallationBroadway WorldAll Year Cooling Announces New Coupon With UV Installation All Year Cooling, a local South Florida air conditioning installation and repair company is helping Florida residents cool their home or business with a deal on their new AC unit installations.
- 'Florida Sweets' a tasty trip through state - The News HeraldThe News Herald'Florida Sweets' a tasty trip through stateThe News HeraldWith four children, Harris said her father needed a way to support them, so he enrolled at Haney Technical Center, where he trained in air conditioning repair, and eventually worked for the Bay County School Board's maintenance department. “My dad ...
- After storm, invisible damage to AC could prove costly - Citrus County Chronicle