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Keeping your Home Safe
Insurance companies are requiring that homeowners replace their fuse boxes with circuit breaker panels in order to comply with the current fire and safety standards. Even the old Federal Pacific Electric FPE Panel/Breaker Hazard Summary breaker panels installed in new homes built in the 1950s, 60s and 70s are documented to be a fire hazard.
Make an appointment today to have your service panel checked by an expert.
Update Your Lighting
LED lights are highly efficient, which can create big savings to your business. According to the U.S. department of energy, LED lights use 75% less energy and last 25 times longer than incandescent lighting. LED lights may seem more costly upfront, but they are worth the cost in the long run! The savings are incredible! Target Electric Enterprises Inc. Quality and Reliability You Can Trust!
Power surges can occur anytime without notice.
During storms or unexplained electrical accidents, there is a huge chance that you have to deal with your electrical devices consistently shutting off and restarting. If your television, refrigerator, microwave, entertainment system, computers, modem, router, lamps, and everything else aren’t protected, they will get destroyed by a surge.
At Target Electric we can provide you with a whole-house surge protection to insure your home and electronics from unpredictable power surges. While some power strips and individual surge protectors can save some of your electronics, our San Diego based electricians recommend a whole house surge protection that can cover all your home’s electrical appliances.
Are you ready for an emergency outage?
A home backup generator delivers power directly to your home’s electrical system, backing up your entire home or just the most essential items.
- The electrician will install your transfer switch first.
- After that’s installed, the team will move your generator in place.
- Electric lines will then be connected from your transfer switch to your generator.
- Once electric is hooked up, your pipe fitter will make the proper connections from the fuel source to the generator.
- After electric and fuel is hooked up, your generator is ready to start and protect your home.