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For many Americans, generators are becoming a must-have household item. With unpredictable weather patterns, surprise brownouts, and a deteriorating electric grid, it is better to be safe than sorry. From our turn-key generator installation to years of expert technical support, we’ve got your back every step of the way.

Generator Installation

The immediate benefit of installing a generator in your home is that you will have uninterrupted power, regardless of inclement weather or other power-outage events.


Other benefits of installing a home generator include:

  • Keeping your home running when severe weather knocks out your power
  • Local power outages do not affect your home
  • Uninterrupted power, meaning no food spoilage or other waste
  • Maintaining heating and cooling systems during a blackout
  • Continuing use of televisions and other electronic devices during an outage
  • Preventing damage done during a surge when power is resumed
  • Keeping a home up and running for days in the event of natural disasters

Back-up generators generally run on propane or natural gas and offer you a way to keep your home operating smoothly through an unexpected power outage. Generators will turn on automatically when the power goes out, meaning that even if you are not home, your appliances and electrical systems will stay running. This can give you peace of mind.


We install All Types of Generators:

  • Portable Generators
  • Whole House Generators
  • Air Cooled Generators
  • Liquid Cooled Generators
  • Diesel Generators
  • Propane Generators
  • Gasoline Generators
  • Natural Gas Generators

Want More Information About Generator Installation, Repair or Replacement?

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Frequent Questions


Can I install the generator myself?

As an option, manufacturers offer prepackaged and prewired systems with complete installation guides. You could perform the site preparation steps and have a professional make the electrical panel connections.


Can you plug a generator into a house outlet?

A generator should not be plugged into a wall socket. While it is physically possible to do so, there are substantial risks involved. Not only is it illegal in some areas, but permanent damage could also be done to the home’s electrical system by way of back feeding.


Can a portable generator power my entire home?

Yes. A plug and cord connection, along with a generator port, can be installed. Be sure to have one of our certified technicians properly size the wiring, breaker switch, and most importantly, a circuit breaker interlock switch. This is necessary to prevent injury to persons and/or damage to your electrical system and devices.


How big of a generator do I need to run a house?

With a generator rated at 5,000 to 7,500 watts, you can run even the most critical household equipment, including things such as a refrigerator, freezer, well pump, and lighting circuits. In most cases a 7500 running-watt generator can run all these appliances at once.


Are whole-house generators worth it?

As a homeowner, buying a generator could spare you financial losses, like food spoilage, when power outages strike. Also, if you work from home, a standby generator is a solid investment, as it ensures you won’t suffer a loss of income due to circumstances outside your control.