Mr FelFlynn LivesPremiumReviews:
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From what I've seen
AT&T and Insight have held up surprising well. The storm that blew through iced over every tree in the city. That caused a good portion of the trees to either have various limbs crack or just fall down. I was lucky myself the two trees out front didn't crack and come crashing down on my house like it did for a few of my neighbors.
On a side note my service with AT&T never wavered for me while my most of relatives are with Insight had service back up within the same day.
We need to burry these lines, then there wont be issues with wind storms or ice storms, ect taking out these lines. Its alot easyer to fix when they are dug up, as generaly it happens between spring-fall. not winter when most excivating will stop if the ground is frozen, thus no ice storms to take out the lines.
Mr FelFlynn LivesPremium
I agree, though additional work doesn't need to be done in my neighborhood, I'm less than a mile away from the local power station so all my lines are underground already. The next street over has their lines above ground though.
fireflierCoffee. . .Need CoffeePremium
|reply to OSUGoose |
said by OSUGoose:Are you referring to phone/cable or power lines? Power is not as practical to bury as phone/cable. For higher voltage distribution and especially transmission it gets prohibitvely expensive quickly.
We need to burry these lines, then there wont be issues with wind storms or ice storms, ect taking out these lines.
Tradition: Just because you've always done it that way doesn't mean it's not incredibly stupid. --despair.com
i refering to the lines on telephone poles, not the main line feeds from the power stations/generations