Your lights are flickering or your outlets are sparking. Whatever the case, you have an electrical issue that needs fixing.
Anyone who lives in Florida knows one thing for certain— we get some nasty thunderstorms.
When severe weather hits, it helps to be properly prepared. Whether it’s taking precautionary outdoor measures or safeguarding inside, there are number of things to consider to protect your home and family.
In the wake of Hurricane Irma last year, millions of Floridians were left without power. For thousands, the power outages lasted for more than a week. Thousands of residents of Puerto Rico still had no electricity when Christmas arrived, more than three months after Hurricane Maria wreaked havoc on the island.
Summer is coming! In Southwest Florida, that means scorching heat, afternoon thunderstorms, and the inevitable blackout. What’s a Florida homeowner to do? Well, first of all, don’t panic.