Power outages in the Philadelphia area are sometimes caused by storms, flooding,
broken circuit breakers, or overloaded power boards. The types of power outages
include brownouts, blackouts, and permanent faults.
A brownout occurs when the electrical supply temporarily drops in voltage.
They are usually identified by the dimming of lights in your home or along
A blackout is a complete loss of power within a defined area. They usually
are resolved in under an hour, but they can go on for weeks if the cause is
A permanent fault is caused by a fault on the power line which results in
massive power loss in a specific area. Power is usually restored once the line
fault is cleared
Are you experiencing a power outage? Let us help you get up and running again. Call us
at (267) 984-0888 or (267) 312-8232