Installing a backup generator is more complex than having an appliance delivered to your home because it is connected directly to your home’s electrical system. In order to safely connect your generator, there will be a temporary loss of power to your home. What type of power disconnect will be required? Sometimes this is a local disconnect that can be […]Read More
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At Canter Power, our goal is to provide you with the best customer experience, from start to finish. To achieve this, your Canter Customer Experience Coordinator (CEC) works with you to take care of the planning, local permitting, site preparation, installation, utility coordination and warranty activation. While we typically coordinate all aspects of the project so that we can ensure […]Read More
The national demand for home backup generators continues to surge and has created a demand far exceeding our nation’s inventory stock. Generac, in its recent Q1 earnings report, indicated that the inventory demand will be manageable by 2022 with the addition of a newly planned Generac manufacturing facility in Trenton SC. So many homeowners are ordering backup generators that getting […]Read More
Your Most Important Decision: Generator selection Canter Power understands that customers who make their first appointment with a Canter Power Generator Specialist expert will expect expert guidance through a complicated process. During that first appointment, your specialist will focus on how important choosing the right generator is for the safety and security of your home. With your input about details […]Read More
After Choosing the Right Generator, it is time to start planning your project. This step is one of the most important steps outlined in our Free Buyer’s Guide, because project planning is key to a smooth installation. Project planning and local permitting Once your Generator Specialist has determined the correct generator size for your home, the next step in installation […]Read More
After Planning your project, you are ready to choose and prepare the location for the installation. If you haven’t already done so, make sure to checkout our Buyer’s Guide for extensive detail on having a generator installed. Before your generator arrives Another important step in completing installation is preparation for the delivery of your new generator. Since most generators weigh […]Read More
After Choosing and Preparing a Location, you need to coordinate gas and electric utilities for your new generator installation. Utility connections: gas choices, connections, and electrical installation In Step 4, we’ll share some specifics to help you better understand why utility connections are such an important part of the installation of your new standby generator. Also, please note that the […]Read More
You’re in the home stretch now. Finally, all of the preliminary work has been completed for the installation of your new standby generator and you have finished Coordinating Gas and Electric Utilities. We are now at the 5th and final step of the installation process of your permanently connected appliance: final inspection and a startup-test. At this point, you have […]Read More