Protect your home from damaging electrical surges!

For most, the term surge protection refers to those power strips you purchase at the computer store or hardware store. These devices do protect from a certain level of electrical power surge for the appliances, hardware, and electronics plugged into them. What many homeowners aren’t aware of is that there is surge protection available for the entire home – often times for a price close to what they would pay for a top of the line strip type surge protector.

Your Entire House!

It is possible to protect your entire electrical system from harmful power surges. Richard Marton Electrical Contractor LLC can install this “whole house” surge protector directly onto your main electrical panel, which is the heart of your electrical system. With a whole house surge protector, all appliances and electronics can be protected from harmful surges.

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Different Types of Surges

There are different ways electrical surges can occur. The most obvious source or power surge is a lightning strike. However, there are thousands of smaller surges that occur daily in your home. It is these surges that can slowly deteriorate the sensitive electrical components in all of your home’s major appliances and electronics.

Call Rick to find out how a surge protector gets installed and protects your home.

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Richard Marton Electrical Contractor LLC is a full service electrical contractor serving homeowners and businesses in Bergen, Passaic, Essex and Morris County New Jersey with electrical installations and repairs. We are also a certified Generac Generator dealer and installer.

Richard Marton Electrical Contractor LLC works with general contractors, residential architects, interior decorators, interior designers, painters, property management and property maintenance professionals, and professional organizers. We work with these professionals to give clients top of the line electrical installations within such projects as residential remodeling, residential renovations, plus build outs of new kitchens, bathrooms, home offices, add-a-level residential project and more.

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