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Surge Protector Installations by World-Class Pros

No matter the job, when you hire Energy Today, you can count on expert work and world-class customer service. All of our electricians follow the highest industry standards and obey all local codes for every electrical job.

All our surge protector installations include:

  • Fixed pricing & NO extra charges after hours
  • Upfront, honest pricing
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  • What is a whole-home surge protector?

    A whole-home surge protector is a device that’s installed in your electric circuit breaker box or main point of power entry to your home. It protects expensive electronic devices (like your computer or big screen TV) by diverting excess current safely through your home’s grounding path.

    This makes it your main defense against a sudden large power surge caused by a lightning strike or a damaged power line.

  • Why not depend on power strips?

    Power strips with built-in surge protection are adequate for smaller surges that happen in your home. But they can’t handle the large surge of an external force (like nearby lightning strikes and damaged power lines).

    The ideal setup is to use power strips with a whole-home surge protector to form a powerful two-tiered surge protection system.

  • What's the chance of lightning striking near me?

    Florida ranks fourth in the nation for lightning flashes, which means our area is especially at risk.

    A whole-home surge protector can help prevent electrical damage caused by lightning strikes.


How Our Pricing Works

  • For repairs: Upfront, flat-rate pricing

    Once we diagnose your electrical issue, you'll get a price to fix your wiring before any work begins—so there are no surprises.

  • For installations: FREE in-home quotes

    Tell us what equipment you'd like installed, and we'll send an installation specialist to determine how much it will cost—for free.

Cost of surge protector

The cost to install a surge protector can vary based on:

  • Whether you have a subpanel or not:

    If your home has an electrical subpanel, you might need to install an additional surge protector, which will raise the total cost of the installation.

  • The voltage protective rating:

    The lower the VPR number, the better the protection, but the more expensive the unit will be.

  • The MCOV (maximum continuous operating voltage):

    This value tells you how much voltage the surge protector can handle in a steady overload condition. Surge protectors with a higher MCOV will provide more protection but also cost more.

  • The warranty offered:

    The longer the warranty, the more expensive the surge protector will be.

Our Process

You schedule your appointment

Schedule your appointment. If you schedule online, we'll call you as soon as we can to confirm your appointment.

You tell us your needs

One of our electricians will arrive at your home to inspect your home's electrical system and provide recommendations on a whole-home surge protector. They will give you upfront and honest prices for each option.

Relax as we install your new surge protector

Once you sign off on the job, you can sit back and relax while we do all the hard work. Before leaving your house, we'll make sure your new surge protector is performing perfectly.

Let us know how we did

After the job is complete, we'll make sure you have an opportunity to speak with us about how everything went. Our first priority is your comfort and satisfaction. So, if any part of the job wasn’t handled to your standards, just let us know and we’ll make it right.

Guarantees and Warranties You Can Count On

This is just a sneak peek of the promises we make to our customers. See all of our guarantees and warranties.

  • 2-year parts and labor warranty

    If your surge protector fails within 2 years of installing it, we'll fix it for free. Available upon request.

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