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A whole surge protector guards all your home appliances against voltage spikes—limiting excess electrical current by blocking its flow or shorting it. It protects you from the 60 to 80 percent of surges that occur within your home.
Sometimes an electrical circuit can receive a power surge. This is a sudden increase in voltage. A surge protector can send the excess energy away from connected devices and help prevent damage to your equipment.
Electrician Network Bayshore offers Bayshore surge protection products designed to prevent power surges from damaging your home’s electrical system. Our certified technicians will work with you to create a surge protection solution that works for your home. We will then install and test your new surge protection solution, ensuring that all your electronics will be safe from damaging power surges.
Bayshore Surge Protection Maintenance and Repair
Electrician Network Bayshore can also maintain and repair your already installed surge protection system and components. Our certified Bayshore technicians use the latest electrical diagnostics tools to accurately identify problems and can usually do the repair on the same visit. We also offer emergency electrical repair for those inopportune times when electrical issues show up.
An electrical surge is a sudden increase in power that flows through the wires of your home or business. Surges can cause damage to computers, phones, entertainment systems, microwaves, stoves, fridges, washers – any device that has electronic components such as sensors and timers. Today, that’s most appliances. A Whole House Surge Protector can save your appliances and electronic devices and save you thousands of dollars in damage.
Damage due to surges is not new. It’s always been the case that if the electric utility accidentally sent a surge of electricity through your wires, it could wipe out phones or appliances. However, today’s appliances with their electronic components are more sensitive. Smaller, more routine surges, can damage them. This is the reason that many people protect their computers with power strip surge protectors.
Point-of-entry or whole house surge protectors are installed at your home’s main electrical panel and are designed to guard an entire household or building from external surges.
They offer some protection against surges generated by appliances within a house or building.
They are best used in conjunction with point-of-use protectors at any appliance for maximum protection.
Safety: Before installing a whole house surge protector, read the manufacturer’s instructions and observe all safety precautions. Make sure the project complies with applicable local codes and regulations, which can vary greatly by location. If you have any questions, consult local experts or authorities.
Bayshore Surge protector power strips offer the most common point of use protection.
Protect Devices With Battery Backup Surge Protectors
Backup battery surge protectors provide instant backup power to connected devices in the event of a power failure.
Most provide higher level of surge protection that other options.
With an uninterruptible power supply, or UPS battery backup, connected devices run off the battery at all times. The power from the electrical outlet continually charges the battery, rather than powering devices directly, which further isolates the devices from surges.