ElectricMan wants to be sure fellow Texans are prepared for the Spring season.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 30, 2012
ElectricMan Inc., an established Dallas electrician, wants to be sure fellow Texans are prepared for power outages that may occur this spring. This is the season for Texas storms, and even under normal circumstances, loss of power can occur.
Last spring, power outages were a problem in all 50 states. In fact, the numbers seem to be on the rise. For example, in 2009, 13.5 million people were affected by power outages nationwide. In 2010, 17.5 million people suffered from one degree or another of power loss, but in 2011, a whopping 41.8 million people were affected by power outages. That’s why ElectricMan Inc. wants to make sure you’re ready for the possibility of power failure this spring.
“Even amidst normal circumstances, Texans suffer from frequent power outages—just take a look at the stats!” said owner Nick Schaeffer. “Rolling into this time of the year, it is important to be prepared.”
In Texas last year, 153 outages resulted in a total of 36 hours of darkness for more than 800,000 people. On average, more than 10,000 people were affected by each outage, which lasted an average of 95 minutes each. During the past three years, Texas has ranked 2nd or 3rd on the list of top ten states with the most reported power outages.
To help you be prepared for foreseeable power outages this spring, ElectricMan Inc. is offering state-of-the-art backup power systems. These systems exceed current emergency power standards and even have the option to switch to a more efficient power supply during normal usage to reduce energy costs. Contact ElectricMan today to ensure your Texas home is prepared for power outages this spring.
About ElectricMan Inc.
ElectricMan Inc. is a licensed Dallas electrician serving the DFW area with 27 years of experience in electrical repair and installation, offering fast 24-hour service for residential and commercial needs. ElectricMan Inc. is now offering state-of-the-art backup power systems that exceed current emergency power standards while also providing a homeowner or business owner with the ability to have multiple options for emergency power, as well as the option to switch to the most efficient power supply available during normal usage to reduce energy costs in the long run.