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  31. <title>Updating Office Electrical Capacity: Protecting Your Hardware Investment</title>
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  47. <div class="et_pb_text_inner"><p>In the modern business landscape, technology is the backbone of efficiency and productivity. However, the hardware that drives our businesses is entirely dependent on one critical variable: electrical capacity. As businesses grow and adopt more advanced technologies, the demand for power increases. Without proper electrical infrastructure, the very tools we rely on to push commerce forward can become liabilities.</p>
  48. <p>Here at Armor Electrical, we understand the importance of updating office electrical capacity to protect your valuable hardware investments.</p>
  49. <h2><strong>Understanding Your Electrical Needs</strong></h2>
  50. <p>Before you consider a commercial electrical upgrade, it&#8217;s important to understand the specific needs of your business. Evaluating your current usage, including the number and type of devices powered each day, is a first step. Anticipating future requirements is equally important to ensure your electrical system won&#8217;t become obsolete.</p>
  51. <h2><strong>Benefits of Updating Electrical Capacity</strong></h2>
  52. <p><strong>Ensuring safety and compliance.</strong> Overloaded systems can lead to fires, which are dangerous and costly. An updated electrical capacity ensures that your office complies with local codes and safety standards.</p>
  53. <p><strong>Preventing electrical equipment damage.</strong> Regular power surges, brownouts, or blackouts can harm your hardware and lead to data loss or expensive repairs. A well-maintained commercial electrical system with sufficient capacity can prevent these issues.</p>
  54. <p><strong>Increasing efficiency and productivity.</strong> An updated electrical capacity allows for seamless operation of all devices, leading to increased efficiency and productivity. No more waiting on slow connections or dealing with power outages.</p>
  55. <p><strong>Avoiding productivity interruptions.</strong> Power issues can disrupt work processes, leading to downtime and lost revenue.</p>
  56. <h2><strong>Steps to Update Commercial Electrical Capacity</strong></h2>
  57. <p><strong>Conducting an Electrical Audit</strong></p>
  58. <p>An electrical audit by a professional can help you understand the power demands of your office and identify potential hazards or inefficiencies.</p>
  59. <p><strong>Hiring a Licensed Electrician</strong></p>
  60. <p>It is crucial to involve a qualified <a href="">commercial electrician</a> when upgrading your office&#8217;s electrical system. This ensures that all work is up to code and performed safely.</p>
  61. <p><strong>Upgrading Electrical Panel and Wiring</strong></p>
  62. <p>If necessary, upgrading your electrical panel can provide additional circuits and enhance your office&#8217;s power capacity. Upgraded wiring can safely handle increased electrical loads.</p>
  63. <h3><strong>Conclusion</strong></h3>
  64. <p>In the rapidly evolving world of business technology, staying ahead means ensuring your infrastructure can handle the electrical demands of today and tomorrow. The value of investing in electrical capacity upgrade goes beyond keeping the lights on; it&#8217;s about creating a stable environment where your business and your hardware can thrive.</p>
  65. <p>If you&#8217;re ready to take the first step in safeguarding your investment and preventing costly interruptions, contact <a href="">Armor Electrical</a> for a comprehensive capacity assessment. Together, we can build a more secure, productive, and technologically empowered future for your business.</p>
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  78. <pubDate>Wed, 22 Nov 2023 18:10:54 +0000</pubDate>
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  90. <div class="et_pb_text_inner">Dallas, Texas, is known for its impressive skyscrapers, storms, and electrical storms. While most of us are aware of the damage lighting can cause to homes or buildings, we often underestimate the damage it can have on our electronic devices. As homeowners or business owners, it is essential to know how to protect your electronics from lightning strikes. In this blog post, we will go over some easy and straightforward ways to safeguard your devices from dangerous electrical surges during lightning storms.</p>
  91. <h2>Surge Protectors</h2>
  92. <p>Surge protectors are one of the most effective ways to protect your electronics from lightning strikes. They work by redirecting excess voltage from harmful surges to the ground before it can cause any damage to your devices. Surge protectors are easy to use, affordable, and can prevent damage to your sensitive electronics.</p>
  93. <h2>Unplug Your Devices</h2>
  94. <p>During a storm, the safest way to protect your electronics is to unplug them. Unplugging devices is the best way to ensure that lightning surges don&#8217;t damage your devices. It might seem like an inconvenience, but it&#8217;s better to be safe than sorry. Make sure you unplug essential devices such as computers, fridge, television, and other valuable electronics.</p>
  95. <h2>Lightning Rods</h2>
  96. <p>If you own a business or a home with a high roof, it&#8217;s essential to install a lightning rod. A lightning rod works by diverting the electrical charge from a lightning bolt through a wire and down to the ground where it can safely disperse. By installing a lightning rod, you protect your home or business from direct lightning strikes and prevent electrical surges that may damage your electronics.</p>
  97. <h2>EMP Shield</h2>
  98. <p>Have you already taken these precautions, but you are still concerned about lightning strikes damaging your electronics or even appliances? An EMP Shield may be just the solution. It could bring you the peace of mind you are looking for. You will need to have a licensed electrician install an <strong>EMP Shield</strong> in your home or business electrical panel.</p>
  99. <p>Protecting your home or business from the unpredictable nature of lightning strikes requires a proactive approach. That&#8217;s where <strong>Armor Electric</strong> comes in with their expertise with EMP shields. This fully licensed and professional team are here to help you protect your electronics against unpredictable surges of power. With their knowledge and experience, you&#8217;ll be able to rest easy knowing your valuable electronics are safe and sound. Don&#8217;t let the potential dangers of a lightning strike damage your valuable assets, contact Armor Electric today for the best EMP shield protection available.</p>
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