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With an automatic start, you can sit back and relax when the power goes out.
Generac Generators offer a myriad of options to keep your home powered during an outage, however, their standby generators offer unique peace of mind. Standby generators are hard-wired to your home, and react immediately to a power outage. Since the generator is permanently connected, you don’t need to act when your power is lost. Whether you are at home or not, your Generac Generator will automatically fire up, ensuring that your lights, heat, medical equipment and refrigerator are functioning and kept cold. As long as your generator is connected to your natural gas line, there isn’t even any need to refuel. If you don’t have a natural gas line, Generac Generators also offer propane and diesel options, which both have long run times. Generators can power your entire home or only cover select aspects, depending on the model you choose. It is also possible to monitor your generator via your smartphone, tablet, or PC, with Mobile Link™.
Standby generators range in price depending on how you plan to use them. They have a variety of options for what appliances they can run. Depending on the model, you can choose to power specific pumps, if your house is connected to a well, refrigerators and furnaces. The “smart power” option allows you to cover your entire house, while being able to select which parts you power at a time, meaning it costs less than the full power option. The number of watts in each generator will depend on the type of generator you choose. A generator needed to power the basics of a home will require fewer watts than a generator needed to power an entire household or industrial facility.
Which size is right for you? The size of your standby generator will depend on your needs. MJP Specialty Electric offers a free consultation to help you determine what size generator will work well for you, whether you need a standby or portable, a generator to power the basics, your entire home or your business. The free assessment ensures that you will buy a generator that suits not just the size of your home or property, but one that is tailored to your needs. When MJP Specialty Electric visits your home, you will receive a quote that will include the pricing for the system and installation – with no obligation to purchase. If you do decide to purchase one, MJP Specialty Electric will professionally install it at your home.
Having a standby generator provides both comfort and a sense of security. If you have medical equipment that requires electricity, with a Generac Generator installed, you can sleep peacefully knowing no matter what power outage or natural disaster may occur, your equipment will continue to function. Whenever a power outage does occur, you can be assured that your food will stay cold, you will have access to clean water, heat, and electricity. In addition, a generator also adds to the value of your home. When you put your home on the market, be sure to specify that a Generac generator is installed offering peace of mind to your buyer.
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A permanently installed Generac home backup generator protects your home or your business automatically. It runs on natural gas or liquid propane (LP) fuel, and sits outside just like a central air conditioning unit. A home backup generator delivers power directly to your home’s electrical system, backing up your entire home or just the most essential items.
If you don’t want to or can’t set it up yourself, give me a call for more information. I am happy to help prepare you and your home for the future.
I live in Auburn, California in the Sierra Foothills where we are about to experience the third power outage this month. As an electrician, I am asked, “How can I set up my home with an automatic generator?” Living for a day without power, and plugging in a generator to a refrigerator isn’t hard. But what about setting up your home with a generator so all you have to do is push a button? Call me, I can help. – Michael