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Electrical | Main Switch Board | Safety Switches | Smoke Alarms | Room by Room | Exterior | Home Automation
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Positioning

In the past, your meter and switchboard were traditionally situated together in a metal box on the exterior of your house. You can now have your switchboard installed inside your home and your meter can remain on the exterior. Having your switchboard inside means it is safe from tampering and if you do overload a circuit you don't have to go outside the home, possibly at night risking injury and discomfort to re-establish power to the circuit.

Surge Filter on your Switchboard

In every modern day home there are expensive items of electronic equipment such as microwaves, personal computers, fax machines and video recorders which can be damaged or even destroyed from overvoltage power surges. Surges can occur from events such as lightning strikes on power lines, load switching or power lines being brought down in storms or accidents. While portable and powerpoint styles of surge filters protect local areas, a surge filter fitted on your main switchboard will protect your entire home. The unit's fast reaction time ensures efficient and reliable protection 24 hours a day.


Electrical | Main Switch Board | Safety Switches | Smoke Alarms | Room by Room | Exterior | Home Automation
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