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Whole House Surge Protection

How Much Does It Cost to Install a Whole-House Surge Protector in Sacramento?

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What are some factors that affect the cost of a whole-house surge protector installation?

  • Surge Protector Type and Rating: The type and rating of the surge protector plays a significant role in pricing the installation. Higher-rated surge protectors designed to handle larger surges come with a higher price tag, but could very well be worth it to some homeowners. Bonney offers a range of surge protectors, from basic models to advanced systems, ensuring you find the best option for your home’s protection needs.
  • Electrical System Complexity: The complexity of your home’s electrical system can influence the installation cost. Homes with older or more intricate wiring may require additional work to integrate the surge protector effectively. Bonney’s electricians will assess your electrical system and provide a transparent estimate based on its specific requirements.
  • Additional Electrical Work: If your electrical panel requires upgrades or modifications to accommodate the surge protector, this can add to the overall cost. Upgrading an outdated panel or making necessary adjustments ensures the surge protector functions correctly and safely.

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Protect your valuable electronics and appliances with Bonney’s Whole House Surge Protection

A power surge is a sudden increase in power that flows through the wires of your home. Power surges occur when the flow of electricity is interrupted, then started again, or when something sends electricity flowing back into the system. A power surge can follow any wire into the home and cause damage to televisions, computers, appliances and other important electrical components.

Many of these items have circuitry or microchips that are overly sensitive to fluctuations in voltage. Even a slight surge or spike power surge can put a strain on the system, compromise its performance, or completely destroy it.

Power surges can be caused by many different factors, including lightning, faulty or damaged electrical wiring, down power lines, problems with a utility company’s lines, or when power resumes after an outage. A surge can also occur when large appliances in your home turn on and off.

It’s routine to provide computers and entertainment systems with power strip surge protectors and they’re a good supplementary protection. However, the quality of the power strip protection varies considerably, some give no real protection just a false sense of security.

If you want to protect devices plugged into outlets anywhere in your home, have a Whole House Surge Protection System professionally installed directly to your electrical panel by our electricians at Bonney. All electricity coming into the house can be diffused and keep a steady, balanced power supply. A Whole House Surge Protector will give you a sense of relief knowing that your appliances and electronic devices are safe and protected from an unexpected power surge. They can also save you thousands of dollars in damage!  

For an in-home assessment and estimate on a Whole House Surge Protection System to safeguard your home, call the electricians at Bonney. 800-444-0551