Protect Your Home With Whole House Surge Protection
Power surges are a common occurrence in every city and will disrupt your electricals. Get your home protected by installing whole house surge protection.
Get The Best Whole House Surge Protector
Have you ever seen the lights flicker when a large appliance like a refrigerator turns on? This is the result of an electrical surge. Without a proper whole house surge protector, these electrical spikes can damage other electrical devices that are plugged into the same wiring circuit. Even more hazardous surges can occur if lightning strikes a power line near your home. Whole house surge protection requires two different technologies to prevent damage to your home's electrical devices.
Reasons Why You Should Install Whole House Surge Protector:
- A lightning strike of a power line near your home
- Power lines that have been downed
- Increase in industrial electrical demands
- On/off cycling of home appliances such as refrigerators and HVAC
Damages from a lightning strike can cost you thousands of dollars in damage to your electrical system. A surge from outside your home can travel on any wire that leads into your home. For large surges caused by lightning, a whole house surge protector is needed to curtail the electrical overload from ever reaching your internal home wiring system. At US Electrical, we can install the best whole house surge protector for your home. We also do electrical outlet installation that might break from power surges.
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Get The Right Whole House Surge Protector Installation
US Electrical can help you determine the right unit for your home and provide professional whole house surge protector installation. Surges occur more commonly from cycling devices in your home, or downed power lines. Each time your appliance turns on, a surge or spike of electricity runs through the individual wiring circuit in your home. These recurring surges, over time, can harm other devices that are on the same circuit until one day your television or microwave simply doesn't work anymore.
Extension blocks with surge protectors are the second line of defense against internal power surges in your home. However, don't be fooled into thinking that your home is protected just because you have your equipment plugged into an extension block. Important criteria for power strips have to be met to provide your electronic devices with adequate protection. If these standards are not present, the extension block is no better than plugging a piece of equipment into an unprotected wall socket.
Protect your home from the possibility of power surges and the normal surges caused by common electrical devices. US Electrical has the experience, knowledge, and skill to help you get the best protection for a reasonable price. Call US Electrical for a consultation and installation appointment; it's our pleasure to provide you with prompt quality service.