After Lightning Strikes – Testing After Surge – Lightning Strike Testing – Surge Inspection
We highly recommend having a CurrentSAFE® Electrical Hazard Detection test performed on your residence after lightning strikes your home or you experience an electrical surge. Any kind of electrical surge; whether its a lightning strike, downed power pole or a surge – we have the equipment and electrical inspection for you. An electrical surge can damage wiring behind your walls, damage fixtures and even cause outlets to catch fire.
ARC Electric Company’s CurrentSAFE® Electrical Hazard Detection test, is a residential electrical hazard detection service that finds and helps eliminate electrical hazards. Damage from lightning can be concealed inside of walls; during the CurrentSAFE® process our technician will inspect the wiring inside the walls using minimally invasive tools. This revolutionary electrical inspection can give you peace of mind on your homes electrical system.
Most homeowner insurance policies provide coverage for power surge damage that is a direct result of a lightning strike. If you think your homes electrical system was in some way damaged by lightning or through a surge, your home needs a CurrentSAFE® Electrical Hazard Detection test. This testing makes sure there is no concealed damage or will find the hidden damage that would have otherwise been left to create a bigger problem, like fire. ARC Electric Company is experienced in dealing with insurance companies to cover damages caused by a lightning strike or surge on your homes electrical wiring.
Below is an example of some items found after a lightning strike at a home. Notice the burn marks on and around the switch and how strike scorched along the siding and brick.
them with the settlement they are entitled to. CurrentSAFE® works closely with insurance
companies to make sure this happens.
Call us today to set up your FREE In Home CurrentSAFE® assessment. Remember, you have a choice
on who does your repair once the claim is finalized!
**Many people ask us about performing a megger test after a lightning strike. While this can be beneficial, having a CurrentSAFE® Electrical Hazard Detection test gives you a peace of mind that a megger test cannot. With CurrentSAFE® Electrical Hazard Detection test, you are given a report showing all things good in your home, anything that needs to be repaired in your home and comes with a 5 year warranty!