When it comes to storm response, Hubbell Power Systems (HPS) knows how to bring the H.E.A.T. (Hubbell Emergency Action Team). H.E.A.T. members have over 30 combined years of storm experience. The team responded swiftly to 2017 Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and expect to do the same for all upcoming storms. In a time of a natural disaster, customers can be assured they are in the right hands with HPS, due to these key storm response characteristics.
Power lines that are commonly seen in residential areas are not insulated and contain at least 7,000 volts. One should never be in close proximity to a power line that is hanging low or lying on the ground. Even if the line is not sparking the line is still not safe to touch or be near.
Topics: Storm Response