We are taking the following precautions due to the COVID-19 virus. All of our technicians have masks, glasses, latex gloves and shoe booties if they have to enter your home. Our technicians also have hand sanitizer and disinfectants that they use after every call.
If we are there to do maintenance and we don’t have to come inside your home to get to the equipment, we are asking homeowners to adjust the thermostat for us so we can do the system maintenance without entering the home. We will not be shaking hands and will keep our distance from customers.
Reason Why You Should Invest in a Whole Home Generator
The more our daily lifestyle depends on electricity, the more you may want to invest in a generator. Grid power isn’t guaranteed. News reports abound about power interruptions from hurricanes, earthquakes or even just severe thunderstorms common in these parts. In addition, the capacity of local utilities is increasingly outstripped by demand and power brownouts or blackouts occur. A permanent home generator system constantly monitors grid power. When an outage is detected, it provides backup power almost instantaneously. Here are some of the reasons to invest in a generator for those occasions when utility power is unreliable.
Permanent installation. The output of most portable, gasoline-powered generators usually isn’t designed to back up home circuits. In the event of a power outage, these generators require occupants to deploy the units a safe distance from the home to avoid carbon monoxide dangers, as well as connect long extension cords to distribute power throughout the house—another hazard. Portable generators also must be manually fueled and started.
Automatic response. A home generator system requires no action by the occupants to restore electricity. When the grid goes down, the system activates the generator within seconds. The generator output is permanently wired into the home’s electrical panel and a controller automatically switches home circuits over to generator power. When utility power is restored, the system switches back to the grid and shuts down the generator.
Reliable fuel. Backup home generators typically use natural gas fuel that’s already piped into the home for heating and cooking. The natural gas supply is more reliable and seldom interrupted by storms and other natural events that may cause electrical outages.
Custom sizing. A home generator can be selected to provide a range of backup coverage. Some models accommodate pre-selected “critical circuits” only, to keep the most vital household functions powered up. Whole-house generators completely replace utility power, providing sufficient output to handle all electrical demands of the home.