A generator can provide power to your home after an emergency. This allows you to continue using essential medical equipment, household appliances, and even your HVAC system. Whole-home generators are permanently installed on a concrete pad in your yard and connected directly to your home’s electrical system. Smaller, less powerful portable generators are also available, and both types run on natural gas, propane, or diesel fuel. A whole-home generator can keep you and your family comfortable in emergencies, keep your indoor air quality high, prevent damage and increase the value of your home.
- Stay comfortable in emergencies
- Maintain high indoor air quality
- Prevent damage
- Add value to your home