Compared with exposed power lines strung up on poles, underground electrical lines are usually safer and more reliable. Storm conditions, including ice and wind can damage exposed lines directly, or they can damage nearby structures or trees that then bring down the lines, creating dangerous situations on the ground and interrupting service.

Buried power lines, on the other hand, experience far fewer interruptions and require less frequent repairs, directly saving you money, and it’s always more aesthetically pleasing to have a view free of power lines and power poles.

At Rancho Electrical, one of our specialties is underground electrical work for commercial installations. If you need to electrical lines buried on your site, contact us today.

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