Why you need a generator
A backup generator is a necessity here in south Georgia and north Florida.
Late summer brings hurricanes, tropical storms, and other storms that threaten the power grid and cause rolling blackouts. Wind, rain, and flying debris can inflict long-lasting damage on power lines that takes weeks to fix. A backup generator can help keep your home powered during and after the storm.
Here are a few reasons that a backup generator just makes sense:
- Your Home Is Ready: Storms and hurricanes bring lightning, rain, and wind. With a backup generator, your fridge, appliances, lights, and phone chargers will continue to get power, and your air conditioner will keep running on hot and humid nights.
- A System On Standby: Unlike a portable generator that you hand-crank or need to manually turn on, a backup generator for your home is configured to sense when the power goes out, so that it can kick on and ensure a continuous flow of electricity to your home.
- There When You Are Not: A backup generator ensures that your home is getting power, even when you’re not at home or you’re asleep. A generator is peace of mind while you’re away.