Frontline Defense for All Your Electronics & Appliances
Lightning strikes, downed power lines … damaging surges occur more often than you think. Don’t wait for surge damage to hit your home. Safeguard your electronics and appliances with SurgeGuard® — the most powerful surge protection available. Unlike surge strips, SurgeGuard is designed to help stop power surges before they enter your home. You might say it operates on the frontline of surge defense.
SurgeGuard is designed to handle surges up to 100 times greater than those handled by most outlet protectors and helps protect all of your sensitive electronics and appliances with one device. If a power surge passes through our device, you will receive coverage of up to $10,000 for replacement or repair costs.
This affordable protection is available for just $7.95 (plus tax) per month and will be invoiced on your monthly utility bill. Plus, surge protector installation is free — a savings of nearly $40!
Sign up for SurgeGuard today and receive:
- Free Installation – a savings of nearly $40
- Installation is Easy – appointments are typically not necessary†
- Protects Major Appliances – including your refrigerator, HVAC, washer and dryer
- Protects Your Home’s Electronics – including TVs, computers and more
- Up to $10,000 Coverage – for replacement or repair costs
- Convenient Billing – the monthly service fee will be added to your utility bill
Get Whole House Surge Protection
Today’s computers, appliances and home theater equipment are more sophisticated than ever and are especially vulnerable to electrical surges. Unlike surge protectors, SurgeGuard from BGE HOME is designed to protect your whole home.
There are many causes of electrical surges in your home. The most potentially damaging cause is lightning, which can produce over 100,000 volts of electricity. A lightning strike up to a mile away can cause a power surge to enter your home’s electrical system. Safeguard your electronics and appliances with SurgeGuard today!
†Inside meters and homes with electric service of 400 amps or greater may require an installation appointment or installation of an electrical panel surge breaker.