Atlanta Lightning Protection has been in business for over 20 years, serving homes, businesses, and other facilities with lightning protection and surge suppression solutions. As a premier lightning protection company based in Atlanta, we have worked from Tuscaloosa, Alabama to Savannah, GA, serving homeowners, general contractors, facility managers, and architects.
At Atlanta Lightning Protection, we safeguard the things that matter to you the most.
We’re proud to offer our partners lightning protection systems catered to their specific needs.
Lightning is the most common force of nature threatening buildings and property. Research conducted by NASA and the NFPA tells us that both direct and indirect lightning strikes cause damage to people, property, and possessions. Atlanta Lightning Protection provides effective and efficient lightning protection systems with quality components and craftsmanship in mind, but we don’t stop there. We also provide the option to maintain your system in perpetuity.
Absolutely not, this is a common misconception! Lightning protection systems and lightning rods simply intercept a lightning strike guides the electricity to the ground.
Our systems for homes are hardly noticeable, yet they protect against lightning strikes from all angles.
Many insurance companies offer a premium deduction just for having lighting protection. They do this because they know lightning protection makes a structure that much more secure against the common threat of lightning strikes.
In many cases, no. Lightning can be extremely unpredictable. It can often strike a low-lying structure while never touching a nearby tree or taller building. Also, if lightning does strikes a tree, nearby unprotected buildings are often damaged by side-flashes. We’re able to install systems on buildings as well as trees to prevent this type of damage.
Yes! We offer free evaluations for residential and commercial properties. Just contact us here.
We do not recommend this. An improperly installed lightning protection system could be more dangerous than no lightning protection at all. Lightning protection is a specialized trade requiring trained, licensed technicians with knowledge of multiple codes and specialized equipment. Many electricians, contractors, and roofers are not qualified to install lightning protection.
There truly is no project too big or too small for us. Contact us now to get a free, no-obligation site evaluation!