Arm in Arm, We Will Survive

People of Alabama, loved ones and survivors of the April 27, 2011, EF-4 tornado that tore a hole in the heart of America, know that our prayers and fellowship are with you.

The meteorologic epicenter of the terror that spread hundreds of tornadic events throughout the region is ever more grevious because there’s little we can do to prevent such loss.  We can’t realistically build enough concrete buildings in enough places to give everyone a fighting chance to ride out such horrific events.

We can just be there, arm in arm, with you.

At Skycasters we deal daily with customers’ equipment that are blown out of alignment by fierce winds, or not so fierce winds that are just incessant, persistently pushing at the satellite dishes until a millimeter of position change is achieved. Strong dishes and strong dish anchors are our stock in trade. Satellite Internet dishes routinely ride out hurricanes, often not moving an iota, happily pumping data during the blow.

But orders of magnitude are a different matter.  Any blow that rips your office building to shreds, and topples your diesel generator that was bolted to a concrete pad, may also affect your satellite dish.

So give us a call.  Whether you’re a business owner, the Red Cross, or the National Guard, we can help.  We have mobile satellite Internet equipment, mounted on trailers, in flyaway containers, or mountable on your vehicle, that can be on location in 24 hours, restoring communications at the push of a button.

If your fixed antenna is affected, we’ll send you a service technician, and if needed, a whole new dish.  200 mile an hour winds happen.  But permanent separation from the world of communication doesn’t have to.

Arm in arm, we will survive.


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