Electrical safety equipment

When things go wrong


There will be times when electricity does not work as it is supposed to. It could surge out of control to dangerous levels that can damage devices or it could fail completely causing power loss to the home. You need to be ready for either scenario with the following electrical safety supplies or equipment.

Circuit breakers


Oftentimes, your circuit breaker panel can be the cause of electrical problems throughout your home. It is easy to overload your breakers resulting in power failure in one or more of the rooms in your house. If you’ve had a breaker trip more than once recently, it is time to call in a professional to evaluate if you have the appropriate voltage. 


There are several reasons why your breakers could be faulty including improper materials, water and humidity corrosion, missing breaker knockouts, and improper wiring. Electrical home repair is something you should not try to do yourself. Instead, call Home Mechanics in Boston today to ensure proper circuit breaker installation and repair.

Whole home generators


If you’ve lived in the greater Boston area for any amount of time you know that the weather can go from one extreme to the other. Home Mechanics recommends researching and installing a whole-home generator for anything that the New England climate brings. From hurricanes to excessive snow, your home’s power can go out at any time. You don’t have to be at the mercy of the utility companies if you install a whole-home generator to power your home while the main power is out. These are more reliable than a traditional generator and much more fuel-efficient.


We know that your electrical service is a vital part of every day living from keeping your refrigerator cool to getting work done on the internet. The ultimate protection for your home and family is investing in a whole-home generator. The electricians at Home Mechanics can help you choose the perfect unit for the size of your home and budget. Our transparent pricing and satisfaction guarantee are just another way to give Home Mechanics customers peace of mind.

Whole home surge protection


Whole-home surge protection devices help limit damage to appliances and electronics in your home when there is a temporary electrical surge. They are installed on your home’s service panel and they can protect your home’s system and components from an external or internal power source. If you have a large number of expensive devices in your home, you should consider a whole-home surge protector as an extra layer of protection. Home Mechanics offers the most modern surge protectors and smart devices to keep your electrical system from potential overload. 


Some of our certified surge protection benefits include:

  • Protects expensive devices from unexpected damages
  • Helps to ensure electrical home safety
  • Acts as a secondary home insurance policy
  • Lifetime warranty

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