If your electrical system has been damaged by a disaster, call (303) 961-6719. Our team of factory-trained technicians will bring you in-depth knowledge of your system and equipment. We are available 24/7, 365 days a year.
Rocky Mountain Service Professionals is one of Front Range’s most experienced and reliable residential and commercial electrical contractors. For all of our work, our electrician’s first priority is safety for you and your family. We want to give you the peace of mind you deserve. We back most all repairs & installations with a lifetime parts and labor warranty! This is our never pay for the same repair twice guarantee. We schedule all of our service calls around your schedule, not ours, for your convenience. Plus, we provide upfront pricing before we start the job so you know what to expect. Our technicians are trained to provide multiple options for all repairs/installations to help provide a solution that fit all budgets.
In an electrical emergency it’s important to do the right thing, calmly and quickly. Be sure to share this information with everyone at home and work, so you’re well prepared if an emergency occurs.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU HIT AN OVERHEAD POWERLINE OR UNDERGROUND CABLE
- Evacuate the immediate area
- If you are in a machine, stay there
- If you are at serious risk from another hazard, such as fire, and must leave the machine, jump well clear. Do not touch the machine
- Do not cover up a broken cable or try to fix it yourself
- If someone is injured, phone for an ambulance immediately – dial 111
- Phone your electricity retailer immediately to report the incident
WHAT TO DO IF SOMEONE RECEIVES AN ELECTRIC SHOCK
- Never touch the injured person if they are still in contact with a live source of electricity
- Switch the power off, either at the source or at the main power switch. If you touch the person while they are still in contact with a source of electricity you will also get an electric shock or be electrocuted.
- Phone for an ambulance immediately – dial 911
WHAT TO DO IF YOUR WHOLE AREA LOSES POWER
- Your Utilities provider will be working on the problem as soon as it occurs
- If you are located in a remote or rural area, call your electricity retailer to log the fault
- Turn off appliances and electrical equipment – some can be a fire hazard and others might be damaged when the power comes back on
WHAT TO DO IF YOUR PLACE IS THE ONLY ONE WITHOUT POWER
- Check the circuit breakers and/or fuses on your switchboard to see if it is still working