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When Lightning Hits Your Home or Business
Our area has seen a lot of storms recently and our phones have been ringing off the hooks ever since due to lightning strikes and the damage it has caused. These are two of the most common calls we get after a big storm.
- Lightning strikes their home or close to it, and electronics got fried and home insurance requires electrical inspection.
- Lightning strikes and now some outlets & switches aren’t functioning.
Can I prevent damage from lightning strikes?
Lightning is a powerful and unpredictable force. Even with a lightning protection system and surge protectors, there is no guarantee that lightning won’t find a way to cause damage. One way to reduce the damage caused by lighting hits is to unplug your devices before a storm begins. Please do not do this during a storm or while a storm is approaching. Unplugging your devices won’t protect your electrical system but it will prevent your electronics from getting fried.
My home or business was hit by lightning. Now what?
Call an electrician to inspect your electrical system. We’ll check your electrical system and make any necessary repairs. Here are a few things that we inspect after a home is hit.
- Inspect Breaker Panel
- Check & Test Outlets
- Test Switches
- Find & Repair Damage
Who to Call
Joyner Electric & Security has been doing business in Savannah and the surrounding areas since 1972. We are licensed and insured and guarantee all of our work. Give us a call today. 912-236-1730
Why Choose Joyner Electric and Security
Our purpose is to empower customers to keep them out of the dark by delivering expert electrical service. We are professional, work efficiently, are committed to our work, we do the right thing, and think positively.
- We guarantee our work.
- We are the experts.
- We communicate with our customers.
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