Electrical Surge Protection in Yakima & the Tri-Cities
Trust in Our Highly Trained and Experienced Electricians for Your Home's Electrical Needs
Most Yakima residents rely on electrical appliances and devices to get through each day. When electricity comes into play, it’s crucial to ensure proper measures are taken in order to keep you, your loved ones, and your home safe from the risks of things like shocks, electrocutions, or even electrical fires!
The team at Campbell & Company works tirelessly to guarantee our community is kept safe with comprehensive electrical surge protection services. For the past few decades, we’ve strategically met electrical needs by utilizing industry-leading tools and methods to get each job done right the first time.
Whole-Home Surge Protection
Our whole-home surge protection services are designed with the well-being of you and your home in mind. Surge protection helps to limit risks such as personal injury as well as damages to your belongings!
Common causes of electrical surges include:
Whole-home surge protection provided by Campbell & Company offers a slew of benefits, including:
Campbell & Company has delivered electrical surge protection solutions to our Yakima and the Tri-Cities community since 1983. Our local, family-operated company is licensed and insured, and we pride ourselves on providing quick, reliable service, free estimates on installations, and convenient scheduling.
Surge Protection FAQs
Can I install surge protection devices on my own, or should I hire a professional?
When it comes to electrical work, we always recommend hiring a professional instead of attempting a DIY project. Whole-home surge protectors must be installed into your home's electrical panel, so attempting this project with the proper tools, training, and experience is extremely dangerous. Instead, avoid harm to yourself and your home by calling the experts at Campbell & Company.
What can cause power surges in Washington state?
Power surges are most frequently caused by lightning strikes during thunderstorms, but lightning isn't the only thing that can lead to a surge. Other causes of power surges include overloaded electrical systems, faulty wiring, and downed power lines.
Do surge protectors need regular maintenance or replacement?
One of the great things about a whole-home surge protector is that it requires little maintenance. As they are installed directly in your electrical panel, you should have it inspected along with the panel annually.
Whole-home surge protection systems typically last around five years, depending on the frequency of power surges. If you have your surge protector inspected annually, your electrician can inform you when it's time for a replacement.