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Lightning Damage

Are you having electrical issues in your home or business after a lightning storm?

Damage from a lightning strike is not something to mess around with. Let American Electrician ease your mind by providing you with high quality repairs to damage associated with lightning strikes to your Colorado Springs, Pueblo or Denver home or business.

There are over 20 million lightning strikes detected in the contiguous United States every year. The western mountains of the United States, including Colorado, have frequent strikes. Lightning can contain well over 100 million volts and wreak havoc on your electrical wiring.

Waiting is not an option, concealed damage in the wires of your home or business can cause fires in the future. Sometimes this type of damage shows up as flickering lights or outlets not working all the time, and doesn’t necessarily show up as something drastic right away. Also that it doesn’t have to be a direct hit, it could be a block away and cause issues.

Give the experts at American Electrician a call and allow our highly-trained technicians to fix your lightning damage issues properly for same day service.

Lightning can transfer through the wires in buildings and damage everything in its path. Severely damaged wires and problems with the functionality of breakers are not uncommon after a lightning strike. The problems related to these hazardous events can cause a major disruption to your business or home. It’s important to have experienced electrical technicians assessing your needs and repairing the damage. If you are in Colorado Springs, Pueblo or South Denver and have electrical issues related to lightning, we can help.  Call us for a free estimate and same day service.

American Electrician, locally owned and family operated, has over 34 years of experience and has licensed technicians ready to take care of your electrical needs.

We work with your insurance company to ensure that your needs are met in a timely manner and that all damages are covered by your insurance provider.

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