Protect Your Appliances for a Chance to Win a $300 Bill Credit

Protect Your Appliances for a Chance to Win a $300 Bill Credit

SECO Energy wants to help members protect their home’s appliances from damaging power surges – and offer a chance to win a $300 bill credit too! Members can start protecting their appliances with SECO’s meter based surge protection, proudly “Made in the USA.”

 

Sudden, powerful increases in voltage – called power surges – can damage or destroy household appliances and sensitive electronics. People commonly associate power surges with lightning and thunderstorms, but surges are also created by small animals, birds, falling trees or vehicle accidents that damage power poles, lines and other electric equipment.

 

SECO’s surge protection can help its members prevent unnecessary financial loss to prevent damage to household appliances by power surges. The surge arrester will help prevent/reduce voltage spikes and surges from entering the home and sending voltage into large appliances.

 

For a lease fee of only $5.95 per month, plus $25 installation charge, SECO’s certified electrician will install a meter base surge arrester behind the electric meter. Members can choose to purchase surge protection for $349, with installation included.

 

SECO members who sign-up to lease or purchase surge protection from June 1, to August 15 will be entered into a random drawing to win a $300 bill credit. Members currently enrolled in surge protection are automatically entered in the drawing, so there is no need for currently enrolled members to discontinue the program and re-enroll to be eligible for the drawing.

 

Learn more about surge protection, find warranty information and enroll in this valuable program online. “Like” SECO’s Facebook page and “follow” @SECOEnergy on Twitter for news releases and cooperative updates.

2 thoughts on “Protect Your Appliances for a Chance to Win a $300 Bill Credit

  1. Fan Expert - June 27, 2017 at 7:55 pm

    Looks like a good opportunity. So, there is still time to sign up?

    Reply
    • Kathryn Gloria - June 28, 2017 at 3:58 pm

      Absolutely – until Aug 15.

      Reply

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