Surge power protection for your house

Surge power protection for your house

Postby Service » Wed Jul 06, 2011 8:54 am

Now is the time of year that your mechanical systems get tested, really tested. From greater amounts of electricity your cooling system is calling for to power outages, lightning strikes and surge in power. You may want to consider protecting your Air conditioner from surges with a whole house surge protector. Most of these devices will save your equipment and make it last longer, most homes get about 300 surges per year. Many of these devices also carry a product protection guarantee as long as it is installed by a pro and you MUST fill out the registration card and mail in BEFORE the problem hits your equipment.

Whole House Surge Protectors - Surge ProtectionHomeowners should never ignore surge protection. Especially with the advent of all the high end electronics that we now have. Homes have electrical power surges everyday. Some minor some major. Most go unnoticed. It is the major surges that will do harm to your home. These surges destroy your computers, televisions (older and the new flat screens), dishwashers, washing machines, dryers, stereo equipment, home theater equipment and gaming systems beyond repair. Virtually anything that you have plugged into the wall receptacle is in danger.

Surge protection strips
Surge protections strips offer protection for a single circuit but they by no means protect an entire electrical system. There is a better way, whole home surge protection.

Whole home surge protection
A whole home surge protector protects your entire home. It is installed in the heart of your electrical system, your breaker panel. It will "soak up" all surges no matter how minor and not let any harmful electricity enter your home. A whole home surge protector is the only true way to protect everything in your home from harmful surges. It will give you a peace of mind knowing that you are doing everything possible to protect your family and valuables.
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