GE Propane & Natural Gas Powered Standby Generators
Having a backup generator is essential for staying safe and making sure that life goes on as normal during power outages caused by downed wires or major storms. In fact, the extreme weather of recent years highlights that having a standby generator really is a necessity for any home, from keeping food from spoiling to making sure that any critical medical devices remain powered up.
As your local home service experts, you can trust us for all of your standby generator needs, including:
- Natural gas and propane powered portable and whole house GE generators that feature automatic transfer switches to turn power on as soon as your utility's power goes off
- Expert insight to help you choose which generator best fits your budget, home and particular needs with attractive financing for qualified customers*
- Professional, certified technicians to take care of all of your generator tune ups, repairs and service needs, anytime you need them, 24/7, whatever the weather, every day of the year.
Generators: Choosing The Right One for Your Home.
A backup generator is an invaluable item that everyone should have in their home but before purchasing one, it pays to learn about the two types of generators available and figure out which is the right one for your specific needs.
Permanently installed outside your home, a standby generator normally runs on propane or natural gas. If you lose power, the generator switches on automatically and provides electricity within seconds. While standby generators can be costly, if you live in an ice storm, hurricane or flood-prone area, they are a smart and worthwhile investment.
Portable generators usually run on gasoline or diesel, though natural gas and propane types are also available. Mobility and lower cost make portable generators an ideal option for homes that only rarely lose power.
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