October 29, 2012

  • Hurricane force winds extend 175 miles out from Sandy's eye, making it much larger than most storms of its type.
  • Close to 11 million commuters are without service.

October 30, 2012

  • 7.9 million businesses and households are without electric power in 15 states and the District of Columbia.
  • 9,000 people in 13 states spent the night in 171 Red Cross operated-shelters.

November 3, 2012

  • Gas rationing begins in 12 New Jersey counties.

November 28, 2012

  • Over 100 million miles of shorelines beaches are severely eroded

​Homes Damaged or Destroyed:  

  • At least 650,000 homes and more than 300,000 business properties were damaged or destroyed.


  • ​​The name "Sandy" was retired from the official list of Atlantic hurricane names by the World Meteorological Organization.

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AMP Electric  is committed to help rebuild the Jersey Shore after the devastation left behind by Hurricane Sandy.  In 2014, we partnered with "A Future With Hope", working towards getting people back home.  Over 250,000 New Jersey Residences were affected by Hurricane Sandy and more than 20,000 residences remain displaced.

AMP Electric's mission to the Jersey Shore is working towards providing a safe home to return to, while offering the latest in modern day necessities and electrical solutions.  We thoroughly examine the extent of water damage in homes before embarking on a course of action so every home is handled on an individual basis.


- Remove all existing electric damaged during Hurricane Sandy

- Rewiring and installing new Devices, Lighting, Circuits, Panels, as needed

- Reconnect Service

- New Electric

- Certified Letter of Electrical Inspection due to Hurricane Sandy