Baltimore Surge Protection Professionals

Surges are the sudden unexpected spikes in voltage. They travel throughout the home’s electrical system. In some cases, surges can come from within the home such as turning on the dryer or sending a document to your fax machine. Other surges can come from the outside of the home such as in the case of lightning strikes, downed power lines, and utility switching. In any case, when you need Baltimore surge protection, you can count on Magothy Electric Company to deliver it to you. Call your Baltimore Electrician before your electrical components become “fried”.

 

Investing in Surge Protection

Protect your appliances and devices from voltage spikes by using high-quality protectors. Voltage spikes usually occur when lightning strikes or when there is faulty wiring. They can cause damage to your programmable appliances and equipment and even cause fires. That’s why surge protectors are necessary.

 

How They Work

Surge devices work by blocking voltage spikes to a less dangerous threshold and preventing damages from happening to your devices. The normal threshold of electricity is 120 volts. Anything higher than that can cause damage to your appliances inside your Baltimore home. Surge devices prevent that from happening. There is an increasing need for surge devices because high-powered devices are more sensitive when it comes to voltage spikes.

 

Types of Surge Protection

There are different kinds of surge suppressors:

  • Meter
  • Electrical
  • Plug-in

The meter and electrical surge suppressors protect from outside electrical interference. Meanwhile, a plug in suppressor has a built-in alarm system.

 

Whole Home Surge Devices

Whole Home Surge Protection shields your home’s appliances from getting damaged due to excessive electricity flow. A surge device also saves your home from catching a fire caused by the overflow of power supply. But it is also very imperative that you are aware of the limitations these protectors come with.

 

Preventing Voltage Spikes

Many people get their surge devices linked with one or several appliances and/or electronic devices. These usually involve bars equipped with reset switching and there is room for 4 or 5 plugs in most cases. Such bars can plug into a regular electrical outlet. If too much electricity is supplied through this outlet, that bar will automatically click off to protect the appliances, which are plugged in with it.

If you are in need of a Baltimore surge protection in your home, call our electricians at Magothy Electric Company. You’ll be saving money as there will be no need to replace your electronic devices or the appliances in the home. Our devices can have a huge impact not only on your wallet but your safety too.

 

Our Baltimore Surge Protection Provides These Detailed Services

  • Surge Protection For Home
  • Power Surge Protector
  • Home Theater Surge Protectors
  • Whole House Surge Protectors
  • Network Surge Protection
  • Lightning And Surge Protection
  • Power Surge Suppressors
  • Computer Surge Protection
  • Surge Protection
  • Residential Surge Protection
  • Surge Protection Devices
  • Home Surge Protectors

 

Recent Articles

  • Why Install Surge Protection?

    Surge protection in Baltimore is something every home should have especially if the homeowner wants to preserve the quality of their appliances. The fact is that the electricity passing through a home is not always constant. It can go up and down due to power outages, downed lines or a strong power usage from the…

    Read More
  • Protect Your Baltimore Electronics

    Increasingly, Baltimore residents find themselves more and more dependent on electrical devices in this modern world. Our DVD players, gaming systems, microwaves and of course our computers are important to our quality of life and communication with our family, friends and in some cases, work contacts. Considering also that these electronic devices are not always…

    Read More

 

If you are looking for Surge Protection in Baltimore then please call 888-MAGOTHY(624-6849) or complete our online request form.