What do you think of when you hear the words “power lines.” Several cables running overhead, from one transformer to the next, all atop 30 or 40-foot electrical poles? Or maybe a web of lines that go from the transformers to individual homes or commercial buildings? Or even trees that have been pruned back for the sake of safety?
No matter what you thought of, did you tilt your head upward, even slightly? Even on the most remote country roads, you may find a solitary power line running along. This isn’t nearly as prevalent in newer construction projects, where burying the wires has become much more efficient.
Many jurisdictional codes require power lines to be buried for easier access or safety reasons. Not too mention the aesthetically pleasing sight of no power lines overhead. Prairie Electric can meet these requirements, both in new construction and as retrofits.