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How To Prevent The Pain Of Power Outages

Why Standby Generators?

Few scenarios are as frustrating as waiting out a power outage in the dark. A power outage interrupts your daily routine, putting your life on pause until power returns.

Standby generator systems prevent these frustrations, keeping your lights and home appliances powered in the event of a power outage. Have peace-of-mind that you won’t have to endure another headache-inducing power outage in the dark.

Confidence & Comfort During A Power Outage

Owning a standby generator system provides security and confidence that home life will continue uninterrupted, no matter the weather conditions outside.


How Does A Standby Generator Work?

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A home standby generator system consists of two products: a standby generator unit and an automatic transfer switch. The two work in concert with your home to ensure when power is lost, it’s only for a matter of seconds before backup power kicks in.

A standby generator system and automatic transfer switch are professionally installed to your home’s existing wiring. Constantly at the ready, the system senses when utility power stops flowing to your home for any reason, thus sensing a power outage. Within seconds, the automatic transfer switch seamlessly transfers your home’s selected electrical circuits and appliances to backup power. Once the generator system senses utility power is back online, your home is automatically transferred back to utility power and the standby generator is shut down until it’s needed the next time.

Choose Between Natural Gas & Liquid Propane Generators

Standby generator systems operate on either natural gas or liquid propane vapor. Both natural gas and propane generators provide a seamless transition from utility to backup power. If your home already utilizes one fuel or the other, it makes sense to use what’s already available.

Questions? Contact your local dealer.

Standby vs. Portable Generators

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Home standby generator systems and portable generators are the two most common types of backup power solutions homeowners choose. Both keep power flowing to a home during a power outage, but in differing ways.

A portable generator is an immediate but temporary solution powered by gasoline, while a home standby generator is an automatic, permanent backup power solution powered by natural gas or liquid propane.


Home Standby vs. Portable Generators Comparison Chart

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