Is your home or business ready for the next power outage? A permanently installed Generac home backup generator protects your home automatically. It runs on natural gas or liquid propane 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.
The impact of power outages can include multiple loses, such as:
No air conditioning
No water for those on properties with wells
Freezer food thaws
Refrigerator food spoils
No way to charge phones or devices
Computer systems shut down
Appliances cannot be used
TVs and game consoles don’t work
Medical equipment cannot be used
Lighting and security system failure
Be Ready—Don’t Be Left in the Dark
The best thing about a standby backup generator is that Collaborative Services does all the heavy lifting and it does not require any effort on the part of the owner. It has a switch that will sense when there has been a sudden loss of power for more than a few seconds, and it will turn the generator on automatically. It then assumes the electrical load from the home’s power system and prevents you from experiencing any downtime. The generator will then serve as the power source for the home until the regular power comes back.
A standby generator powered by natural gas or propane means that the weather and other outside factors will not affect its ability to power your home. It require little effort since it will turn on and off automatically, unlike portable power generators. A standby generator also runs self-tests to make sure it is ready at all times for a sudden loss of power. Some backup generators can be monitored and operated remotely using a computer, smartphone, or tablet.
What to Expect:
First, We Will Work With You To Determine Your Backup Power Needs And Select The Right Generator For Your Home
Then after you select a new Generac generator, our technicians will:
- Apply for all required permits, like necessary city/county building as well as gas and electrical permits.
- Perform initial site work.
- Install the concrete generator pad.
- Place the generator on the pad and anchor it for security and safety.
- Connect the generator to a fuel supply.
- Install the automatic transfer switch.
- Wire the generator and all system controls.
- Test the system with you and activate the manufacturer’s warranty.
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