Surge protection can keep expensive electronics and appliances safe from Kauai’s common power surges. During our storms, voltage spikes can be harmful to appliances and electrical devices in your home. An increase in voltage above an appliance’s normal operating voltage can cause an arc or high surge of electrical current within the appliance. The heat created in the arc and/or the power pulse causes damage to the electronic circuit boards and other electrical components.
A customer’s washing machine stopped working properly, after having purchased it fourteen months ago from a major retailer on our island. Were they covered under product’s warranty? No. That lasted for one year with no added extended service protection (which can cost about $400 more on top of the appliance floor price). They called the retail store’s service man to come out and repair it. Seven days and $230 dollars later, the small electronic part was replaced, back and running for the time being. What caused the broken part? Most likely a large power surge or a series of smaller surges that can break down the inner electronics–an appliance only fourteen months old!
What about your appliances or electronic equipment? Are they protected from the next storm or outage?
A surge protector…..Installing a whole building surge protector connected to your electric panel gives you that needed protection. It absorbs the spiked energy caused by these surges from our power lines or lightning strikes. The surge suppressor Blue Sky provides, protects electronic devices from higher than needed voltage levels. It protects electronic devices (televisions and computers) and appliances (washing machines and dryers) with electronic parts from surges that originate from within the home, from the utility service and from other wires that connect the devices to the outside, such as telephone and cable television connections.
Call us so you can protect your appliances and electronics from costly electrical surges. Let’s not get too acquainted with the appliance repairman. Call: (808) 647-0599