Why Whole–House Surge Protection?
You could just get by with power strips, right? Unfortunately, these can only handle so much. And in reality, a power strip can actually do more harm than good if you are plugging too many things into an outdated electrical system. Our motto is "Dedicated to the Promise of Serving You," and that includes ensuring that you have done everything in your power to protect your home from a power surge.
One of the biggest myths about power surges is that they only occur from lightning or some other weather event. But, power surges can occur from the electronics that you use every day. For instance, your cooling system could create a voltage spike that blows out another appliance in the home, or it can destroy a circuit board, or another important electrical component.
Are Power Surges Common?
As we mentioned above, power surges can happen at any time, and yes, they are becoming increasingly common. You might not even notice right away when a power surge has affected an important appliance or electronic in your Hendersonville, TN home.
Usually, one power surge won’t do major damage to your home at once. What happens is that numerous surges slowly destroy your electronics, causing the components to degrade to the point that the electronic device eventually dies. This only emphasizes the importance of whole–house surge protection, as your electrical system may be suffering without you even knowing it.
Let Us Install Your Surge Protection System
It’s important to remember that anything hooked up to your electrical power supply has the potential to become damaged beyond repair in the event of a power surge. This means your kitchen appliances, your laptop computer, your smartphone, televisions and tablets.
The average homeowner typically doesn’t realize how detrimental this is, until their electronic equipment or appliances start failing long before their time. But with professional surge protection, this can be resolved. Only a certified and highly trained electrical Technician should be tasked with the job though—like the professionals on our team. We understand just how to approach this kind of installation to guarantee your safety and the safety of your home.