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Storm Response Helps Businesses Through Power Interruptions by Repairing Power Lines - Wilmington, MA

Joseph Coupal - Friday, January 16, 2015

Extremely cold weather conditions often come with blizzards and snowstorms that can bring transmission wires down and knock out electric power. No matter how well power lines and power infrastructure is installed, strong winds and heavy snow can take their toll on overhead power lines simply because they are exposed. As a result, storm response to power outages in Wilmington, MA is available to help businesses cope with winter power outages.

Regardless of if it is a weather-related power interruption or not, power loss is still inconvenient to businesses that are supplied by overhead power lines. This is especially true when power companies have much on their plate and restoring power will take days rather than hours. Most business operations are dependent on electric power. This has resulted in an increase in demand for faster storm response for down power lines in order to reduce the risks that threaten the property and safety of businesses. Today, efforts are also being made to determine the optimal way to configure and construct power infrastructure to withstand weather related power outages.

As a business owner or manager, you no longer have to wait for power restoration. You can have the power lines that bring electricity to your business repaired privately. As a power company, you can hire electrical contractors to assist in storm response. Be ready for power failure this winter. ElecComm provides immediate storm response to restore the power during extreme weather conditions. For more details, contact us.

Down Power Lines Safety Tips – Boston and New England

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Winter is upon us. This means winter storms of snow, ice and strong winds which tend to bring down power lines. ElecComm assists electric utility companies around New England with storm response for down power lines. However, as we plod through winter in the Northeast, ElecComm wants to ensure that you are prepared for potential safety hazards presented by downed electric power lines.

Severe and fatal injuries can occur by touching- or being too close to- power lines. There is no room for mistakes if you come upon a down live power line.

Downed power lines may be live. Stay at least 35 feet away. Electricity can travel through water and the ground around power lines.

  • Immediately report any downed wires to the local authorities or electric company. Remain far back.
  • Refrain from clearing snow, ice or storm debris until the power is disconnected or power lines are repaired.
  • If a power line lands on your vehicle while you are in it, stay in the vehicle until emergency responders arrive. Exiting a vehicle that has been contacted by a live power line is extremely dangerous. Similarly, do not attempt to assist someone if their vehicle is in contact with power lines.
  • If you notice the power line is on your vehicle before you enter, stay out of the vehicle, back away, and call the authorities and/or the local utility company.

For more information on down power line maintenance, contact ElecComm.

Reliable Storm Response for Damaged Power Lines - ElecComm

Joseph Coupal - Friday, October 04, 2013

Winter storm season is fast approaching. When wind, rain, ice and snow bring down power lines in Massachusetts this winter, know that ElecComm has been getting ready all year to help electric and utility companies turn the power back on.
ElecComm has the heavy-duty machinery and the employees who are trained in electric and telecommunication services repairs; we also have expertise in the installation of electric lines and in the installation of power line transformers. We have been helping utility companies around New England in the restoration of power after storms.

Each day electric and telecommunication companies must ensure that their consumers have access to the services supplied to them.

When power lines and infrastructure is damages from storms, this work requires a quick response. ElecComm can be sent to any area in New England where damage to electrical wires has caused a disruption in the services provided to electric customers. Contact us.

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