The State of Florida has the highest frequency of lightning strikes in the United States. Lightning causes several billion dollars in property damage each year in the United States. Surge protectors are not 100% effective against all surges, but they provide a level of protection to your electronics and appliances. Two common types of surge protectors are Protector Strips which allows you to plug in multiple devices or a Wall-Mount Protector that functions like a standard outlet in tight spaces like your kitchen to protect your microwave. Protectors can offer connections for electrical power, phone lines, TV Cable lines, Internet USB and satellite dish. Compare the performance rating of surge protectors and the available connections to purchase the one that best meets your needs. Feel free to contact us with any questions on your Home Insurance coverage’s.     

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