Your HVAC system is one of the most costly appliances in your Mount Pleasant, North Carolina, home, and it’s essential for your family’s health, safety, and comfort. Many homes experience hundreds of power surges per year from lightning strikes, malfunctions in the electrical grid, and other problems. A surge protector will prevent uncomfortable breakdowns, extend the life of your HVAC system, and increase the value of your home.
Most outages only last a few minutes because utility companies work hard to restore your electricity as soon as possible. Unfortunately, they can’t fix the damage caused by power surges. Without a surge protector, you might not be able to restart your HVAC system after a blackout. You may need to contact a professional for repairs or may require a brand new unit. During most times of the year, homes without heating or air conditioning are very uncomfortable. They can even be dangerous, especially for children, older people, and anyone with existing health issues.
Longer Life for Your HVAC System
A whole-home surge protector directs any unregulated increases in power to the ground, protecting your HVAC system and the wiring around it. It prevents hidden damage that could cause your heating and air conditioning system to work harder, thereby shortening its life. It also protects other appliances like your dishwasher and washing machine. Before you have a surge protector installed, have your system checked by a professional to make sure that it doesn’t already need repairs from previous power surges.
Higher Value for Your Home
Surge protection will improve your peace of mind and make your house more attractive to potential buyers. When it is time to sell your home, it will likely sell faster and obtain a higher price without any surge damage.
One Call Heating and Air has an A-plus rating from the Better Business Bureau, and we can help you add a surge protector to your home. For outstanding service from our skilled professionals, call us anytime at (843) 258-4686.
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