Do you have your solar eclipse glasses ready and are you gearing up to watch the first total solar eclipse to travel across the country since 1918? Raleigh has been named one of the top viewing spots with visibility starting as early as 1:16 today! Though eclipses happen about once every 18 months, the majority of the earth is covered by water and they tend to occur over remote locations. Did you know that the last total solar eclipse occurred in 1979?
In addition to the solar eclipse, we are gearing up to say goodbye to summer as watch August almost come to an end. While September may be around the corner, it’s still hot in North Carolina. Take advantage of the limited time offer on select unit sizes. We’ve discounted prices to get you through the last days of summer. Call today to enquire about pricing and sizes.