Are you Storm ready?
We at All American Air & Electric Are
Our Electric Division is stocked and ready to promptly repair any and all of your electric damage!
Please review your safety tips before and after the storm.
1. Test your generator regularly to insure proper operation. Have it checked for proper power output and starting procedures.
2. Beware of proper ventilation and connections to avoid electricution and carbon monoxide poisoning.
3. Do not attempt to connect your portable generator to your house wiring. Improper connections can cause a backfeed through your house to the power lines and create a dangerous situation and even electrocution to you, your neighbors or your power company employees.
4. Have your generator wired to your house electrical system by a licensed and qualified electrical contractor only.
5. After the storm if you see a downed power line, treat it as if it energized, chances are it may be. Stay away and report it to your power company or local police department with the location.
6. Do not attempt to remove any trees, limbs or debris from power lines. Beware of any fallen lines that may be under such debris or in pools or against your fences or pool enclosures.
7. After the storm passes generally the power company knows the areas without power. Leave a fair amount of time before reporting power outages and leave the phone lines open for emergencies and life saving communication.
8. After the storm passes if you see your service equipment damaged or missing, call a qualified electrical contractor to re-install your equipment or make repairs to your home as required. This may speed up the process of restoring your power.
9. All American Air & Electric is prepared for your needs. We will be available 7 days a week as required. We will be servicing Marion, Lake, Citrus, Sumter, The Villages, Alachua, Levy, St Lucie, Indian River, & Brevard counties and others as needed.