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How can I prepare for the storm?


With Flo heading towards the Mid-Atlantic region, we would like to remind our clients to un-plug their Bose systems and TV’s along with any other electronic devices before the storm. This will eliminate damage from lighting and power surges during the storm. After the storm has passed, be sure your power has been fully restored and is stable before plugging your devices back in. There are times, when power is first restored, that power may drop in out and this can damage your electronics. But most importantly, stay safe.

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