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 A1 Lightning Protection was incorporated in Ocala, FL Marion County in 1980 and has provided lightning & surge protection for thousands of structures including residential, farms, commercial, industrial, government & military sites. We primarily install in central Fla. Counties including Marion, Sumter, Lake, Levy, Citrus & Alachua, however we have installations throughout the state of Florida. Our motto has always been to install UL listed LPS materials with courteous professionally trained installers for a fair price. Upon completion of the installation we “Megger” test the grounding portion and provide a report to the owner. A1 is licensed to have our installations inspected by UL or LPI & certified for “UL Master Label”, LPI “Standard of Practice” or a NFPA780Letter of Findings” Certifications.

All A1 installations meet or exceed the following national codes.

 National Fire Protection Association – (NFPA780)Standard for the Installation of Lightning Protection Systems. Member #468644

 

Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Standard for Safety–“UL96/96A Installation Requirements for Lightning Protection Systems.–

 

UL Listed Master Installer # OwayE134163

 

Lightning Protection Institute – “LPI175” “Standard of Practice for the Design-Installation-Inspection of Lightning Protection

 

Systems”. LPI Certified Master Installer/Designer # 1097.

 

LSA (Lightning Safety Alliance)Members since 2010.

 

AIA (American Institute of Architects)“Continuing Education Provider”. 

 

 

A demonstration using our Negative Energy “Tesla Coil” will clearly

demonstrate how and why an incorrectly installed system doesn’t work.

The demonstration and proposal with costs for your building are free.

            

 

 

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