Bonded Lightning Protection professionals only install the best protection for our customers. Florida is most lightning prone than any area in the United States with about 90 thunderstorm days a year. Unfortunately this also leads to devastating lightning related damage and loss. We utilize one of two excellent manufactures for lightning protection and ground systems. One of which is the prominent; East Coast Lightning Protection Equipment company due to their reputation, quality products, and customization options including decorative finials.
East Coast Lightning Equipment, Inc. (ECLE) has been providing the lightning protection and professional design industries with high-quality lightning protection system components since 1984 and have become recognized within the lightning protection and design communities as a product manufacturer that delivers quality products, competitive pricing, and excellent customer service. We are a full-service manufacturer of lightning protection system components with the ability to fill all of your lightning protection equipment needs. The production facility, located in Winsted, Connecticut, includes a state-of-the-art, non-ferrous foundry, a custom cable braiding department, a metal machining and assembly department, and a stamping room.
Interested in more information from the manufacturer East Coast Lightning on how lightning protection works? Read on below, or view their online brochure here for product information.
If you would like to speak with one of our representatives about protecting your home or business from lightning strikes you can call one of our convenient Florida locations:
2080 W. Indiantown Road, Suite 100
Jupiter, FL 33458
333 N. Falkenburg Road, Unit D-401
Tampa, FL 33619
First all lightning protection systems should include all of the following elements, which work together to prevent lightning damage.
Modern facilities are especially vulnerable to the havoc that lightning can wreak on sensitive electronic equipment. To assure the highest level of protection, UL-listed lightning surge protection devices should be installed on all incoming utility lines, including electricity, telephone, satellite feed, television, etc
Surge protection devices (SPDs) are the first line of defense against harmful electrical surges that can enter a structure through power lines. By filtering and dissipating the harmful surges, SPDs prevent electrical fires and protect against transients that can damage a building’s electrical system. For additional electronic protection, UL-listed transient voltage surge suppressors can be installed to protect specific electronic components. A qualified lightning protection specialist can make recommendations for surge protection that is tailored to the needs of a specific facility.
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