Lightning during storms is so powerful that a simple strike at the power lines will result in spikes of a million electrical voltages. Earlier this week, the coastal part of New South Wales and Newcastle experienced fierce storms that left many homes and properties without any electricity for several days.
Fallen Trees And Animals
What Can You Do In The Event Of A Power Surge?
How Does a Surge Diverter Work?
The surge diverters “divert” extra electricity to the ground and away from your electrical circuits. This act prevents electrical damage to electronics and appliances, especially those that have sensitive microchips. A licensed electrician should install a surge diverter on your circuit board so all devices plugged into your power supply are protected in times of power surge.
Our Special Year-End Offer
With summer storms in the forecast and flying animals freely roaming this summer, you need to ensure the safety of your family and property. To prevent damage and property loss, think about installing a reliable surge diverter for your home and shop. The Plumbing & Electrical Doctor is running a special offer until the end of December. Book an appointment for a surge diverter installation before the month ends at a discounted rate of $400. That is $100 off our regular rates.
Call our licensed electricians near Newcastle, Hunter Valley, Central Coast, Lake Macquarie, Port Stephens and Canberra to avail of this must-have year-end deal.
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