Storm season is the worst time of the year to have faults with the electricity.
Each year I have troubles with storms because of hurricanes and tropical activity.
It seems like it rains every single day in the warm season. During the storm season the flooding rains are even worse. I lost all of the lights and electricity in my home last August. I thought that the issue was due to the power being out. Everyone in my town was without power. The concern went on for more than three days. I saw one of my neighbors outside and I made a comment about the fact that I have not had power in such a long time. She told me that the power came back on in her home the previous night. I didn’t know why I was the only house on the block that did not have power restored. I had to contact a residential electrician. There was no one else to call when I realized that there was power in all the houses on the street except mine. The residential electrician came out to the house to immediately diagnose the fault. It did not take long for the guy to find the issue with the electricity. It was a straight-forward maintenance and something that was actually covered by the town because it did not have anything to do with my home. The residential electrician proposed that I send the bill to the town to request reimbursement for the disfigured and faulty equipment. It was only $650, so I do not know if I want to go through all that hassle.