Protect yourself and your electrical components by having our technicians install surge protection in your living space.
Lightning is a flash of electricity that is produced by a thunderstorm, and it’s very common in the state of North Carolina. In fact, this state ranks as one of the highest in the nation when it comes to deaths caused by lightning. The storms that hit North Carolina often come in the form of tropical storms and hurricanes, which can produce substantial lightning. Not only can this weather phenomenon cause injury and death, but it can also impact the safety of your home. When a bolt of lightning hits a house, it can cause a surge of electricity to go throughout the entire electrical system, potentially shorting out appliances, devices, and other items that are plugged into the outlets.
Surge protection is a must to protect yourself and your home when you live anywhere in the state of North Carolina. If you’re in or near Cherryville, North Carolina, you can rely on our team at Mister Sparky by Wise Electric Control Inc. to install surge protection components in your home. You may use surge protection strips to plug in your computer or TV, but whole-home surge protection can provide more extensive protection if a lightning bolt hits your house. After all, you don’t want to have to replace your washer, dryer, dishwasher, refrigerator, range, or other appliance simply because it wasn’t plugged into a surge protection strip.
Surge protection can also provide the necessary protection against surges that are caused by the power company. Protect yourself and your electrical components by having our technicians install surge protection in your living space.
At Mister Sparky by Wise Electric Control Inc., we offer surge protection services in Charlotte, North Carolina and all surrounding areas, including (but not limited to) Cherryville, Concord, Cornelius, Davidson, Denver, Huntersville, Indian Trail, Gastonia, Matthews, Mooresville, Troutman, Hickory, Lenoir, Newton, Sherrills Ford, Morganton, Terrell, and Statesville.