Whole–Home Surge Protection in the Twin Cities Metro and Surrounding Areas
Why does surge protection matter? This is a question that our professional electricians get a lot. First off, power surges come at random. Nobody can predict them. More importantly, nobody can prevent them. They can happen in any type of household, whether or not it’s an aging building and whether or not it houses an extensive electrical system.
Whole house surge protection matters because without it, you can and very likely will find your favorite electrical appliances and electronics failing years before they would have otherwise. No appliance is immune—anything from your refrigerator to your charging cell phone can be negatively impacted and destroyed. Whole home surge protection provided by Air Mechanical, Inc. is a guaranteed way to prevent this from happening to your household. Contact us today for an appointment.
Power Surges Occur When You Least Expect It
When you imagine what a power surge looks like, you probably think about it happening during a lightning storm or some other form of inclement weather. The fact is though, despite popular belief, weather events are not the cause of power surges generated today. In fact, modern power surges come from our electronics themselves—and the problem has been increasing with the addition of smart phones, mobile devices, computers, and more.
Therefore, it’s vital that your home is equipped with whole home surge protection, to guard against electronic mishaps. For instance, your air conditioning system can create a voltage spike that blows out another appliance within your home. Or, it may destroy a computer chip, a circuit board, or some other important electrical component.
Is There Really a Need to Worry?
Power surges are becoming increasingly common. You might not even notice right away when one has occurred and impacted an appliance in your home. Usually, power surges don’t do major damage to your home’s electronics and appliances all at once. Rather, power surges slowly destroy electronics, by causing the components to degrade and eventually causing that electronic device or appliance itself to fail.
You cannot avoid this simply by using power strips—while these do provide minimal protection from small power surges, this is not their intended purpose—they are meant to be used as extension cords for multiple devices. You can, however, prevent power surges from zapping out your valuable electronics with whole house surge protection.
Contact Our Team for Professional Surge Protection Installation
It’s important to think about each and every electronic device and appliance that is hooked up to your electrical system—from your television and HVAC systems to your computers and mobile device chargers. Anything connected to your electrical power supply is subject to power surges, which can significantly damage those devices beyond the point of repair.
If you’re like most homeowners throughout, you probably don’t realize just how important professional home surge protection really is. It’s very likely that you are unfamiliar with this type of installation, either. Fortunately, you have the certified and highly trained technicians from our team on your side. We’ll help you understand how to approach this type of installation, ensuring your safety and the safety of your home. Contact us today to schedule your surge protection system installation.