The Best Surge Protection For Fayette County
Surge Protection systems are made for whole home or commercial business use. They are far better than any portable surge protector you could purchase and install yourself. These systems keep all your electrical appliances and equipment safe as well as any electrical wiring or components supplying the power, and they keep working even after they have handled a surge -not like many portable, plugin surge protectors.
Surge protection systems are installed directly into your electrical system. They must be installed by a professional, licensed, and experienced electrician for safety purposes. Otherwise, you risk fire, shock, or ruining your expensive appliances, equipment, and all the electrical components along the circuit that experiences a surge.
Above and Beyond Plumbing & Electric Company, Inc. regularly installs surge protection systems in Fayette County and other areas near Memphis. As electricians, we know how often surges occur without being noticed. Some surges are strong enough to fry all the electronics and appliances, while some aren't even noticed.
Unfortunately, whether you notice a surge or not, it can travel through many types of wiring including cabling for TV or internet and phone. A surge protection system that protects the entire home or building keeps all valuable assets and the very valuable electrical system safe and protected from damages.
Home Surge Protection Systems
You've probably spent a lot of time over the years upgrading appliances or replacing them when needed. Many homes have numerous televisions, monitors, computer equipment, and a hundred other expensive to replace electrical devices. During a surge, you have no control over what happens to your assets if there's no surge protection or very little to protect them.
A surge protector strip is vastly inferior. Most are made to handle just one surge and then be thrown away, but most homeowners don't realize this. A power strip does not provide fast response times, which means it doesn't stabilize the voltage levels quick enough.
A whole home surge protection system can be installed to seamlessly protect your equipment during a power surge. You won't have to worry about plugging a surge strip in and throwing it away every time it handles a power surge. They have quick response times, so they thoroughly and safely absorb the excess voltage.
Call Above and Beyond Plumbing & Electric Company, Inc. today for an honest, upfront estimate. Our Fayette County electricians can find you a great system that perfectly suits your home or business needs no matter how large or small the project is.
Commercial Surge Protection
Whether you have loads of heavy electrical equipment to protect or just the main electrical system in your commercial business, Above and Beyond Plumbing & Electric Company, Inc. can outfit your business with a commercial surge protection system to serve all your electrical systems and equipment.
You've already invested a lot in your Fayette County or surrounding area business. It only makes sense to keep all your expensive appliances and electronics protected with an efficient surge protection system. Plus, you'll be ensuring there's less risk of fire or electric shock for building safety.
If you've made the decision to look into commercial surge protection, give Above and Beyond Plumbing & Electric Company, Inc. a call for a great estimate from our professional electricians.
Maintaining Your Surge Protection Equipment
A surge protection system for your home or business is no different from your other electrical components. It needs to be maintained on occasion and repaired when necessary. Anytime you experience a surge through power lines, you should have the system checked. This is especially true if it's the first time after it was installed.
A yearly equipment test can be performed at the time you have an electrical inspection done. Commercial buildings should always have an electrical inspection performed every year while a home inspection is normally done every two years or any time there have been changes to the electrical system.