FRISCO ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
Lying approximately 25 minutes from the DFW International Airport, Frisco, a rapidly growing suburb of Dallas, is located in Collin and Denton counties in Texas. As of 2009, Frisco was the fastest-growing city in the United States and in 2014, the city had a population estimate of 137,920. Frisco gets about 39 inches of rain per year and on average, there are 230 sunny days per year in the city. Features 18,000 square feet of indoor aquatics and about 40,000 square feet of outdoor aquatic, one of the main attractions in Frisco is the Frisco Athletic Center, or the ‘Rec Center’.
Frisco Back Up Home Generators
While power outages in Frisco no doubt cause inconvenience, they also pose another problem. When the power does come back, the surge of electricity can damage your electrical appliances. The technicians at Arrow Electric can help you find the perfect power generator for your home that meets your needs and budget. Call our Frisco home generators specialists today for more information on the type and brands of power generators we have in stock, or to schedule service for your existing generator.
Frisco Electrical Repairs
Good Frisco electricians like the licensed professionals you’ll find at Arrow Electric are TRAINED and EXPERIENCED professionals that have gone through a lot of schooling to get to where they are today. DIY electrical repairs are rarely a good idea. Trust us, a quick fix seen from a DIY Youtube video or online tutorial is NOT going to solve your Frisco electrical repairs. Can you truly place a price on peace of mind? We wire, rewire, and maintain your existing wiring from overloads that can cause a hazard.
Frisco Surge Protection
Our electricians install Frisco surge protection systems of the highest quality, ensuring your home is fully equipped with solid lightning protection and will be safe from sudden spikes in power that may strike your Frisco home. Most commonly power spikes that cause electrical systems to “flicker” or go out completely are caused by lightning. If lightning strikes your area’s power supply, you will mostly likely experience a power outage. So protect yourself, your electronics, and your wallet!