Why you need a Lightning System in St. Augustine, Florida

Coastal Lightning Rods in St. Augustine, Florida is a leading lightning protection company specializing in design and installation of lightning protection rods and installing low resistance earthing systems for commercial and residential properties.

Coastal Lightning Rods is committed to providing a full comprehensive and professional service right from the onset of the initial enquiry, through to the preparation of specification and quotation’s, the installation phase and final commissioning.

We install lightning protection systems that are in compliance with Health and Safety Regulations. All of our work is strictly undertaken in accordance with current standards.

Lightning Protection St. Augustine

You cannot control the storms, hurricanes, blizzards, floods or other natural disasters in St. Augustine, Florida, however, you can do your part to protect your family and property from lightning strikes that are a common occurrence during the tropical storms. As you know Florida is ranked amongst the top states in frequency in lightning strikes. Lightning protection is therefore not a luxury but a necessity if you live and own a property in St. Augustine, Florida. We provide residential and commercial lightning protection systems.

St. Augustine Lightning Protection Services

  • Surveying
  • Consultancy
  • System Design
  • Installation
  • Test and InspectingSurge Protection Installation

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St. Augustine Lightning Protection Rods

St. Augustine Lightning Protection Rods

About St. Augustine

St. Augustine is a city on the northeast coast of Florida. It lays claim to being the oldest city in the U.S., and is known for its Spanish colonial architecture as well as Atlantic Ocean beaches like sandy St. Augustine Beach and tranquil Crescent Beach. Anastasia State Park is a protected wildlife sanctuary. The Castillo de San Marcos is a 17th-century Spanish stone fortress with views of the St. Augustine Inlet. ― Google