Comprehensive Surge Protection

Protecting your electronic devices and appliances from the damaging effects of electrical surges is an investment in their longevity, regardless of your budget size.

While surge protection is commonly associated with safeguarding computers, it’s essential for all sensitive devices within your home. Surges, often unnoticed, can originate internally from your appliances or externally due to storms and other factors.

Implementing surge protection is a prudent measure for any homeowner. It not only preserves functionality and extends the life of your electronics but also safeguards your investments against unpredictable electrical disturbances. Equip your home with robust surge protection and ensure peace of mind across all your electronic assets.

Learn more about our professional surge protection installation services below.

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Types Of Power Surges

There are two types of power surges. While two types of surge protectors can prevent them, a combination is recommended as most homes experience both surges.

Internal Power Surges

Have you ever been using your hair dryer, and suddenly, all the electricity in the room has been shut off? When this occurs, more than one thing happens. The power goes off in one room, but that power goes somewhere momentarily—into your other electronic devices. This is an internal surge.

We often protect our computers from this by using single-outlet surge protectors on power bars. While these surge protectors can also be used for other devices and appliances, it’s not recommended to use single-outlet surge protectors only.

External Power Surges

External power surges are much bigger deals than internal ones. They often occur during a storm when lightning strikes. These significant surges can shoot through your wiring and result in electrical fires. You can avoid external power surges by installing a whole-house surge protector, which will also partially help with smaller internal surges.

Cover All Your Bases

The first step is being aware of what power surges can do. The next step is to take the necessary steps to prevent them. Our team of licensed electricians can help you decide on the best option for your home.

With four different types of surge protectors on the market, there’s something for everyone.

  • Single outlet surge protectors for residential use
  • Single outlet surge protectors for industrial use
  • Whole house surge protectors for interior surges
  • Whole house surge protectors for exterior surges

Our crew has had experience creating surge protection plans for large and small homes. Request a fast and free estimate when you need help deciding what’s best for you.

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Since 2004, we’ve invested in helping our clients keep their electronic appliances and devices safe! Not only can you prevent an expensive investment from getting damaged before its time, but you can also prevent electrical fires and keep yourself and your family safe.