Switchboard Surge Protector Installation - Jim's Electrical Installers


Power surges are a common cause of damage to electrical devices within homes and businesses. A power surge occurs when the voltage is too high. Jim’s Electrical are able to install surge protectors in your home or business switchboard to give you piece of mind during time of fluctuations in power. Many homes have expensive appliances which are all extremely sensitive to power surges. Televisions, air conditioners, ovens, cooktops, etc can be expensive to repair or replace should they be damaged by an unexpected power surge.

Power surges can occur as a result of downed power lines, transformer failure or sudden changes in power usage in your local area.

Why install a switchboard surge protector?
Protecting your electrical appliances from power surge damage could save you a lot of time, money and inconvenience. A surge protector is designed to protect your equipment by allowing only a safe voltage to connected appliances.
Can I just use a portable surge protector power board?
Surge protection power boards only offer protection to the appliances plugged into them. A Surge Protector installed in switchboard can protect all appliances in the home.

Please call 131 546 to discuss your switchboard surge protector installation.

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