Power Outages

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 your street
  • 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 not identified
  • 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