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Tips for Maintaining Your Electrical System

Tips for Maintaining Your Electrical System

At Swartz Green Electric, we want to make sure you get the most out of your electrical system without having to deal with unnecessary repairs and breakdowns. By following our best practices and taking care of your electrical system, you can ensure a safe and reliable environment for you and your family.

Here are some of our best tips for maintaining your electrical system and preventing repairs:

  • Upgrade outdated systems: If your electrical system is outdated, consider upgrading it to ensure safety and efficiency. This may include replacing old wiring, electrical panels, and circuit breakers.
  • Use surge protectorsWhole-home surge protection can protect your electronic devices from power surges and prevent damage to your electrical system.
  • Avoid overloading circuits: Be mindful of how many devices you have plugged into a single outlet or circuit. Overloading circuits can lead to overheating, which can cause fires.
  • Avoid heavy use of extension cords: Extension cords should not be used as a permanent solution. If you find that your household relies heavily on extension cords, you may need to install additional outlets.

Taking care of your electrical system is an ongoing process. By being proactive and vigilant about maintenance and repairs, you can ensure the safety, efficiency, and longevity of your electrical systems and avoid potential hazards.

Why Choose Swartz Green Electric? 

When you want the job done right, Swartz Green Electric is the team to call. We are backed by over 50 years of experience handling electrical problems big and small. Each member of our team is up to date on the latest trends and advancements in the industry, which helps us to provide the cutting-edge service you expect and deserve. Staying informed of all local codes and regulations, we complete each code compliance checks with the utmost care and attention to detail to ensure each component of your system is functioning safely and properly.