Surge Protection

Surge Protection from Keating Electric & Technologies

By: Keating Electric & Technologies  01/19/2015
Keywords: Electrical Wiring, residential electrician, licensed electrician

Surge Protection Protect your family and whole house with a lightning and voltage surge protection solution from Keating Electric Surge Lightning Protection Surge protection isn't just about saving your expensive electronics from damage. It's about the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your family and your home is protected from the harm that can be caused by dangerous lightning storms and power surges in your electric supply. Your safety and security is why Keating Electric takes a whole-house approach to surge suppression. But which specific solutions are right for you? One size never fits all, so we analyze your household needs to determine the best surge protection plan for you. What Causes Power Surges? Lightning is the most familiar source of electrical power surges, but it's actually one of the least common causes. When lightning strikes near a power line, the electrical energy can boost electrical pressure by millions of volts, causing an extremely large surge. Although nothing will protect your home in the rare instance of a direct lightning strike, surge protection solutions from Keating Electric will protect your home from voltage surges from lighting and other disturbances such as utility company problems, downed power lines and transformer switching. Power surges are frequently caused by high powered electrical equipment inside your home, such as refrigerators, pumps, and heating & cooling systems. These devices frequently switch on and off components like compressors and motors, creating sudden, brief demands for power, which upset the steady voltage flow in the electrical system. While these internal power surges are nowhere near the intensity of a lightning surge, they can be severe enough to damage electrical equipment. And just because your big screen HDTV doesn't blow out immediately doesn't mean it's useful life hasn't been significantly shortened by internal power surges. You need high quality surge protector power strips to protect your electronics from internal power surges.

Keywords: Certified Electrician, Electric Contractor, Electric Repair, Electrical Wiring, licensed electrician, Master Electrician, Residential Electrical Contractor, residential electrician, Surge Protection, Whole House Surge Protection

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