Reasons Why Having a Power Generator is Important
Think a power generator is just for wintertime? Think again! Spring and summer in the Southeast bring bad weather, too: Hurricane force winds, tornadoes, straight-line winds (aka “derecho”), severe thunderstorms, heat waves, and flooding often result in power outages in a number of areas. While your home may not be damaged, it can be affected…Read More April 29, 2016
DIY Home Generator Installation: What To Consider Before You Start
Installing your own standby generator is not your run-of-the-mill DIY project. Unlike changing the oil filter in your car or tiling the spare bathroom, home generator installation includes electrical wiring, plumbing and natural gas components. Add to that a myriad of state, local, and possibly HOA regulations and you have a recipe for a major…Read More January 25, 2016
Standby Generator Preventative Maintenance
If you have made an investment in a standby generator system for your home, you want to make sure it performs properly as long as possible. Just like your car needs periodic maintenance and inspection, so does your standby generator. For your generator to maintain maximum operational efficiency and reliability that it has been designed…Read More March 1, 2015
What is the Difference Between a Whole-House Generator and a Portable Generator?
There’s a pretty big difference between portable generators and whole-home generators so we’re outlining those for you. If you’re having difficulty deciding between the two, we hope this article will help you make the final decision. Portable generators are usually smaller in size and weight than whole home generators. They are often transported to construction…Read More December 12, 2014