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Power Quality - Part 2

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Summary: Maintaining power quality is possible when your home is protected with devices that will minimize occurrences that can create a number of problems. This article explains the areas of your home you should consider protecting with power conditioning devices.

What is Surge Protection Power Conditioning and How will it Benefit My Home?


Surge Protection Power Conditioning

A surge protective device protects your electrical wiring equipment and appliances from voltage surges and spikes that interfere with their normal operation.

These surges can cause immediate physical damage to your appliances, electronics and electrical wiring, wear them down over time or create interferences that cause them to malfunction.

Leading manufacturers of surge control devices, have developed devices to protect your home electrical wiring system and maintain safe power quality.


What does Surge Protection Power Conditioning do?
Power surges can be generated from external sources outside such as lightening, or from internal sources such as other electronics and appliances. You may be unaware that surges can also enter through telephone lines and cable TV or satellite dish connections. These surges can cause immediate physical damage to your appliances, electronics and electrical wiring, wear them down over time or create interferences that cause them to malfunction. Leviton, a leading manufacturer of surge control devices, has developed an entire system to protect your home electrical wiring power quality. Surge Protection Power Conditioning works by protecting your home’s electrical wiring and electrical service panel from outside surges with “point-of entry” devices and protecting your electronics and appliances inside your home with“point-of-use” devices.

Surge Protection Power Conditioning Helps Protect Your Home

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Why Surge Protection Power Conditioning?
The popularity of home offices, the Internet and home theaters means that there are more home electronics that are vulnerable to power surges than ever before. This equipment is an expensive investment and spending a little extra money on home electrical wiring power quality and power surge protection before your home is built will result in long-term savings and give you peace of mind.

There are a number of options to help you make your home electrical wiring power quality and its electrical wiring energy efficient and protect your valuable electronics from power surges. Planning ahead today with Surge Protection Power Conditioning … can make a different tomorrow.

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