Feel the urge for surge protection?
For whole-home surge protection, our professional electricians in Des Moines, IA and the surrounding area install a surge protector directly at the point where electricity enters your home so that every electrical device in your home is protected against the everyday threat of power surges. Any device you can plug into an auxiliary surge protection strip will be protected, as well as those devices that you can’t plug into a strip, such as big-ticket appliances like light fixtures, garage door openers, ceiling fans, washing machines, refrigerators, and AC systems.
- Large appliance surge protection
- Internal electrical device surge protection
- Safeguard against electrical storm and lightning strikes
- Up to lifetime warranty on surge protection installations
We Have An Affection for Surge Protection
Are you covered from surges that wreak havoc on the most valuable items in your home from your furnace to computers? Let us perform a 33-point electrical safety evaluation and put your mind at ease.
Regardless of the weather, the electronic devices in your house are at risk of damage from everyday surges. There is no need to worry – Service Legends is here to help with whole-home surge protection.
Here are some common questions we get from homeowners:
What causes electrical power surges?
Typically when people think power surges, they picture a lightning strike causing a black-out and ruining their television. Lightning can cause a power surge, but the truth is that 80% of power surges are generated inside your home. Generators and motors found in A/C units and appliances send surges into your electrical system on a daily basis. Sometimes these surges are small and simply wear down electronics and lights. But if multiple motors turn on at the same time, it can send an electrical surge through your home’s electrical system that’s large enough to permanently destroy electronics plugged into your outlets.
Why Whole-Home Surge Protection?
Whole-home surge protectors control surges directly where your home’s power is distributed: your breaker panel. Large appliances and systems that can cause surges, your air conditioning unit, and power generators, each have a dedicated circuit on your breaker panel. When they send surges back to the panel, they are distributed to other electronics in your home. A whole-home surge protector monitors these surges and diverts excess power into the grounding wire while allowing normal voltage levels to safely continue powering your electronics.
With whole-home surge protection in place, light bulbs and electronics will last longer because they will no longer receive surges from larger appliances. Not only will you save money, but you can also feel better about your television, computer, and mobile devices being safe from large surges.
You won’t find another electrician in Des Moines that offers the same warranty and guarantee protections as we do. Give us a call today and see why thousands of homeowners rate Service Legends, a 5-star service company!
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
If you are not 100% satisfied with the service we have provided, we will make it right or refund all of your money.
Fixed Right Or It’s Free Guarantee
When we come to your home to diagnose your electrical repair, we guarantee it will be accurate or else the diagnostic is on us.
We’ll always give you an exact price before moving forward with any services. No add-on charges, hidden charges, surcharges, or ‘oops, I forgot to add this on’ charges! If we perform work without giving you a straightforward price, the work is on us.
If any of our staff swears, uses tobacco on your property or is not friendly, the service is free.
Did you know that worn, loose, broken, or overheated devices can pose as electrical hazards behind your walls without you even noticing?
With a home safety evaluation, our certified electricians at Service Legends in Des Moines, IA will take a look at your electrical panel, light fixtures, fans, electrical switches and outlets, grounding rod, service lines and the internal parts of the electrical circuit wiring systems to note any issues you may have around your home.
Our 33-point electrical safety evaluation checks for:
- Improper electrical work done by contractors or previous owners
- Degraded or outdated wiring systems
- Incorrectly sized electrical fuses and circuit breakers
- Appropriate light bulb wattage
- Operability of electrical switches and outlets
- Electrocution, shock, and multiple electrical hazards
- The functionality of arc fault circuit interrupters (AFCIs) and ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs)
- Proper grounding systems
- Adequate surge protection
- Inspection of the electrical panel
- An examination of outdoor service lines