Surge Protection

Surge Protection

Anyone who lives on Long Island can attest to being victim of an electrical surge at one point or another. A good way to protect your home against surges is by installing a whole-house surge suppressor to tame the big, dangerous power spikes on an individual circuit for vulnerable appliances and electronic devices.

Typically, whole-house suppressors are hard-wired to the service panel, a process that takes a licensed electrician approximately two hours.

By themselves, whole-house suppressors can’t stop surges completely; up to 15 percent of excess voltage may leak by. That’s where “plug-in” surge protectors come in. These buffers between individual appliances and wall outlets come in an array of options.

To schedule an Appointment for the Installation of a Home Surge Protector
call or email Leo’s Electric Corp at (631) 287.2200 

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