If you lose electrical power in your property, call your utility provider to determine what is causing the issue. There may be grid-wide outages in your area, or there could be a problem with your account.
If you trip your circuit breaker by overloading the electrical system, you'll need to reset it to restore access to your power. Locate your breaker and flip it to the ON position.
There is no heat/cool air in the property
Make sure your thermostat is set correctly and has not tripped or encountered a fault that has shut off the system. Reset the thermostat and check the batteries to make sure they are working. Call your utility provider and check to see if your service has been suspended.
Outlets are not working:
Rule out equipment failure by trying to power the equipment from another outlet. If you suspect that the outlet is the problem, reset the breaker to see if this resolves the issue. You may need to reset the GFCI.
The whole property is without power:
If your property is the only one without power, it is likely caused by a breaker that has been tripped. Locate the breaker box and reset the breaker to see if the power is restored. Call your electric company if you continue to experience issues, to see if there is an outage in your area.