Some homeowners are complaining about electrical lines in their area. Saying they cause outages and are now damaging their air conditioner in the middle of a heat wave.
"I think it's dangerous," said Daniel Horan. "I really do. It's something that needs to be fixed. "
Horan told KARK he noticed frayed wiring on the electrical lines in front of his home in North Little Rock months ago.
"Without my glasses on," said Horan. "I can look and see the lines, where squirrels have chewed them up."
Horan and his wife said they learned to deal with the occasional power surges and black-outs that happened when there was a storm or strong winds.
"We had a power surge three weeks ago," he said. "Took our air out and cost us $500 dollars for a new motherboard."
Neighbors said the same thing happened to them.
The power surge blew out their air conditioner and they had to buy a new capacitor at the price of hundreds of dollars.
"If a customer will call-in and say they're having an issue we're able to track it," said Mike Russ with North Little Rock Electric.
Russ said they have servicemen on stand-by 24 hours a day to help with just these types of issues.
Also that they have no formal complaints from Horan's address and therefore weren't alerted to the problem.
"If you see something you don't understand or doesn't look right," Russ said, "Please report that to us. It's a lot easier to fix it before it causes a problem versus afterward."
North Little Rock Electrical officials said don't let these types of power line issues go unreported because they'll only get worse.