Spring storms are coming. And that can mean power outages! But it doesn’t have to mean that! For homeowners who have invested in residential generator installation, power outages – and the inconvenience they cause – can be a thing of the past.
If you have a standby generator, you might be wondering why you would want to invest in residential generator installation.
The answer is simple: It’s easy, convenient and can save you headaches in the event of a major power outage.
In winter’s cold or summer’s heat, having a residential generator can seamlessly transition your family to be safe and comfortable during the storm or outage. You will barely miss a beat and you won’t have to leave your home because it’s too cold or too hot.
Some power outages can last several days; but with a whole-house generator, you can stay in your home and have lights, heat and other conveniences like a water pump if you live on a well system.
It can also keep your food safe because your refrigerator and freezer will stay on, and your pipes from freezing in the winter.
If you of a loved one needs to use a medical device, like a C-Pap machine, no worries. It’ll still work!
Millions of Americans experience power outages every week.
A stand-by generator might keep a light or two on, but investing in residential generator installation should power your entire home. They are generally powered by natural gas. And you won’t have to make sure you have fuel on hand or go and start it by hand, which can be difficult for older or disabled homeowners.
If you have been through power outages in the past and are frustrated by the lack of convenience or stress, it might be time to consider a whole-house generator.
If you want to learn more about residential generator installation, we’d love to chat. Contact us today!