Do you need surge protection in your home or office? The short answer: Yes. As of 2020, the National Electric code requires surge protection in residential and commercial buildings.
In addition to keeping your property safe, surge protection just makes sense. Power surges can happen unexpectedly during snow storms, thunderstorms, or as a result of downed power lines. Surges can also occur due to faulty wiring or electrical overload—when too much electrical current is passing through a single circuit.
With so many televisions, computers, cell phones, and other valuable connected devices and appliances in our homes and offices, the consequences of a power surge can be severe, including the loss of irreplaceable documents.
If you’re interested in surge protection for your home or business, call us today. A King Electric electrician will first conduct a thorough assessment of your property. Before work begins or agreements are signed, we will provide a detailed estimate and answer any questions you may have about the process.
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