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“Zap” Goes Your Expensive Home Electronics. Unless You Do Something About It.

whole_house_surge_protection_leinster_new_jerseyAs fate would have it, All Services Electric offers you the perfect “something” to protect your home electronics against external power surges: a whole-house surge protector.

First of all, not only CAN power surges occur in your home, the average home incurs about 2,200 per year. And while the great majority are minor and cause no serious damage, their cumulative effect can shorten the life of your air conditioner, water heater, stereo, and more. All Services Electric

That’s why, as a first line of defense, you should have power strips with built-in-surge protection throughout your home, each one capable of absorbing up to 6,000 volts of electricity. Plus, they provide protection from both internal and external power surges.
Why You Need Whole-House Surge Protection: Northwest Indiana

Still, what about power surges that originate externally, either from lightning or the sudden return of public power? Power strips weren’t built to absorb that much power, but a whole-house surge protector can absorb up to 40,000 amps of electricity per incident.

That provides a great deal of added protection for all your home electronics, including TV’s, computers, heating and cooling systems …anything, in fact, that includes a microprocessor.

For more information and a quote on a whole-house surge protector, contact All Services Electric today.


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I highly recommend All Services Electric. Ryan was very professional in providing the estimate for our electrical work (installation of a chandelier lift and other misc. electrical jobs). Josh did the install and I can't speak highly enough amount him. Very professional. Best news is there was no price shock - the job was completed

Peggy V. Josh R. February 17, 2016

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