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Whole Home Surge Protection

Denver's Best Shield Against Electrical Surges at Home

Comprehensive and affordable surge protection for your entire home.

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Whole House Surge Protectors

Secure Your Home with Whole Home Surge Protection

In Denver’s dynamic weather, safeguarding your home’s electrical system is crucial.

Done® Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, and Electric offers top-tier whole house surge protection, integrating the latest in technology to shield your electronics and appliances from unexpected surges. 

DIY solutions can’t match the reliability and expertise that Done’s certified electricians bring to the table.

We ensure your installations are performed swiftly, correctly, and in compliance with the latest safety standards. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Arc faults are unintended electrical arcs that produce high, intense heat, creating a fire hazard.
Arc Fault Circuit Interruptor (AFCI) Breakers are equipped to detect and protect your circuits and devices from these dangerous arc faults.

  • Prevent your wiring against arcing
  • Prevent fire hazards

Surge protectors do have indicator lights on them. It varies by brand and style of unit how many lights there are and what each of them indicates. Some surge protectors will say on the unit what each of the lights indicates and what it means if the lights are on or off. So, it is important to check your surge protectors on a regular basis.
A large surge can damage the surge protector while it trips the breaker, so in addition to regularly checking the surge protector, it is important to check it any time you reset a tripped breaker.

Absolutely. A whole-house surge protector serves as a vital defense mechanism against voltage spikes by monitoring and, if necessary, interrupting the flow of electricity when it exceeds safe levels. These surges pose a significant threat to all electrical equipment within your home, potentially leading to costly damage. By promptly detecting and mitigating surges, a whole-house protector safeguards not only your appliances but also any electrical infrastructure installed throughout your property, ensuring uninterrupted functionality and peace of mind.

Electricity needs a reference to ground, meaning the ground connected to Earth. When voltage comes in contact with ground, it will trip the circuit breaker or have a point of ground to prevent energizing things that are not meant to be energized. Grounding is for your safety.

How do you tell if your house is properly grounded? You will need to have ground rods, cold water bond with a properly installed main bonding jumper, and grounding run to all energized locations. To the untrained eye, it is hard to tell if proper grounding is present. Your safest option is to have a qualified electrician verify that proper grounding is in place.

Electrical outlets do not have a set lifetime before they will go bad. Outlets that are used often can become worn out or may quit working due to overuse. An outlet can go bad and stop working. More commonly, electrical outlets (especially those with high usage) will wear out over time. You may find that when you plug items in they are loose in the plug, or your outlet looks cracked or damaged and those are signs that the outlet is bad even if it is still working.

Loose or damaged outlets are a safety concern and should be replaced as soon as possible.

GFCI outlets do have a more set lifespan (anywhere from 10-25 years depending on use and environment). Different environmental and usage conditions will affect the lifespan of the outlet, however.

A bad outlet can affect other outlets. Outlets are often wired in parallel, meaning that multiple outlets are wired on the same circuit downstream from one another, which can affect how multiple outlets on a circuit work.
For example, an area in your home has 4 outlets wired on the same circuit downstream from one another. If the first outlet that is wired in that room goes out, it can cause the 3 remaining outlets in the room to stop working, as well.

A damaged outlet may appear damaged or may just not work. A bad GFCI outlet may still function as an outlet without providing any GFCI protection. A bad or broken outlet can become a safety or fire hazard.

Consider upgrading your circuit breakers or installing GFCI outlets if your home is older and hasn’t been updated to meet current safety standards, if you frequently experience tripped breakers, or if you lack GFCI protection in areas prone to moisture, such as kitchens, bathrooms, outdoor spaces, and garages. Additionally, if you’re planning renovations or adding significant new electrical loads, an upgrade may be necessary to ensure your system can handle the demand safely. Done Electric can assess your current electrical system, recommend upgrades where needed, and professionally install the latest safety devices. Our team ensures your electrical system is not only compliant with current codes but also provides enhanced protection for you and your family.

Circuit breakers and GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) outlets are essential components of your home’s electrical safety system. Circuit breakers protect your home from electrical overloads and short circuits by automatically shutting off the power when too much electricity flows through them, preventing potential fires. GFCI outlets, on the other hand, protect against electrical shock by monitoring the flow of electricity in a circuit and tripping if an imbalance is detected, such as when electricity is flowing through an unintended path like water or a person. Done Electric’s installation of these devices ensures that your home is equipped with the necessary safeguards against common electrical hazards, contributing to a safer living environment.

Whole-home surge protection is vital to safeguard your electrical system and devices from sudden voltage spikes that can occur from lightning strikes, power outages, or surges from the power company. Without adequate protection, these surges can damage or destroy electronics, appliances, and even electrical fixtures, leading to costly repairs or replacements. Done Electric specializes in installing whole-home surge protectors, which are integrated into your electrical panel to provide comprehensive protection throughout your entire home. This proactive approach ensures that all your valuable electronics and appliances are shielded from unexpected electrical surges, keeping your home safe and your mind at ease.

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Protect Your Home with Whole House Surge Protection by Done Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, & Electric

In today’s technology-driven world, your home’s electrical system is more critical than ever. Power surges, whether from lightning strikes, power outages, or other sources, can damage your valuable electronics and appliances, leading to costly repairs and replacements. Whole house surge protection is essential for safeguarding your home’s electrical infrastructure. Done Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, & Electric, offers comprehensive surge protection solutions to keep your home safe and secure.

Why Whole House Surge Protection is Essential

Power surges can occur at any time, and their impact can be devastating. A surge is a sudden and unexpected spike in voltage that can damage or destroy electronic devices. Whole house surge protection is designed to block or redirect this excess voltage, protecting your home’s electrical system and all connected devices.

Benefits of Whole House Surge Protection

  • Comprehensive Protection: Unlike individual surge protectors, which only protect specific devices, whole house surge protection safeguards all the electronics and appliances in your home.
  • Cost Savings: Preventing damage from power surges can save you thousands of dollars in repairs and replacements.
  • Enhanced Safety: Surge protection reduces the risk of electrical fires caused by overloaded circuits.
  • Increased Longevity: Protecting your electronics from surges can extend their lifespan, providing better value for your investment.

Expert Installation by Done Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, & Electric

At Done Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, & Electric, we specialize in providing top-notch whole house surge protection services. Our team of licensed and experienced electricians ensures that your home is fully protected from electrical surges. We use the latest technology and high-quality surge protection devices to deliver reliable and effective solutions.

GFCI Interrupters: Essential Safety for Your Home

In addition to whole house surge protection, Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) are crucial for protecting your home from electrical hazards. GFCIs are designed to prevent electrical shock by shutting off power when they detect a ground fault, which occurs when electricity escapes its intended path.

Benefits of GFCI Interrupters

  • Enhanced Safety: GFCIs significantly reduce the risk of electrical shock, especially in wet areas like kitchens, bathrooms, and outdoor spaces.
  • Code Compliance: Modern building codes require GFCIs in specific areas of the home. Installing GFCIs ensures your home meets these safety standards.
  • Fire Prevention: By preventing ground faults, GFCIs help reduce the risk of electrical fires.
  • Installing GFCI Interrupters with Done Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, & Electric
  • Our team at Done Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, & Electric is experienced in installing and maintaining GFCI outlets. We ensure that your home is equipped with the necessary safety features to protect you and your family from electrical hazards.

Why Choose Done Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, & Electric?

  • Local Expertise: With over 20 years of experience serving the Denver metro area, we understand the unique needs of local homeowners.
  • Licensed Professionals: Our team of licensed electricians is highly trained and experienced in all aspects of electrical safety and protection.
  • Customer-Centric Approach: We prioritize your satisfaction, offering transparent pricing, timely service, and exceptional customer support.
  • Comprehensive Services: From whole house surge protection to GFCI interrupter installation, we provide a full range of electrical services to keep your home safe and efficient.

Secure Your Home with Whole House Surge Protection and GFCI Interrupters

We guarantee honest, no hidden-fee pricing and unmatched customer service, ensuring every aspect of your home’s maintenance is handled with the utmost expertise, precision, and care.

At Done, we’re your trusted partner for whole house surge protection throughout the Denver metro area, including Denver, Aurora, Dupont, Englewood, Littleton, Parker, Arvada, Broomfield, Castle Rock, Commerce City, Golden, Lafayette, Westminster, Brighton, Henderson, Longmont, Louisville, Morrison, Wheat Ridge, Centennial, Highlands Ranch, Lakewood, and Thornton.