A power surge can happen at any time and threaten the performance of any device plugged into an outlet. While a power strip may offer some protection to your appliances, it’s not built to last for more than one power surge.

To ensure that your home’s devices and appliances are fully protected, you must have a whole house surge protector. A licensed, insured, and trusted technician will access your electrical panel to install the best system for your home.

Mainstream Electric, Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing understands how serious a power surge or short can be. With over 20 years of experience, you can depend on us to handle any electrical issue you may be experiencing.

Why You Should Install A Whole House Surge Protector

People typically think that using a power strip, where you can plug in multiple devices, is enough to protect against a power surge. As mentioned earlier, these are not enough to withstand multiple surges.

Once a surge happens, it overheats and burns the wiring inside appliances and devices that are plugged into an outlet. The following are consequences that can happen after a power surge:

Shortened lifespan of electronics and appliances

Diminished performance of devices

Appliances stop working

This can happen to phones, refrigerators, computers, TVs, and more. To keep everything in your home safe and running efficiently, an entire home surge protector is a must. Don’t wait until after it happens, be prepared and take action today!

Trust The Premier Residential Electrical Service Company for Spokane and North Idaho

If you are ready to upgrade your home’s surge protection, call Mainstream Electric, Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing! We’ll happily inspect your home’s electric panel and install the protection in a swift manner. You can also contact us online if you have any questions!

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