January 03 2018 0Comment

Generators Investing against Power Outages

Why a Home Generator?

A standby home generator keeps your power on during an outage. It’s installed outside your house (like an AC unit) and comes on automatically — whether you’re home or away. All within seconds of a power outage. Plus home generators run on propane or natural gas, so there’s no refueling.  During an outage, your food is the first thing to go. That’s a lot of hard-earned cash out the window. Good news though: we love your groceries as much as you do.

Severe weather is the single leading cause of power outages in the United States. The amount and severity of these outages has spiked dramatically over the past decade, causing physical, emotional and economic hardship for many Americans. Here is a look at the cost of power outages in the U.S., as well as some helpful tips on how to protect your home and family during the next big outage.
Winter weather can mean sledding, snowmen and all sorts of family fun. It can also mean blocked roads and downed power lines. Before the next big storm hits, make sure your family is prepared.


  • Ideal for backing up your business.
  • Automatically restores power in seconds – whether you’re open or closed.
  • Powers your business, including critical hard-wired systems like A/C, heat, computers, security systems, refrigerators, freezers, and more.
  • No refueling – runs on your small business’s natural or LP gas.

How much is this going to cost?

A home generator plus installation typically starts under $6,000. However, the total cost will vary based on your power and installation needs.

When shopping standby home generators, your checklist should include generator size, costs, permits and installation.

  • Ideal for backing up your home or business needs.
  • Automatically starts and restores power in seconds — whether you’re home or away.
  • Powers your home, including critical hard-wired systems like AC, heat, sump pumps, well pumps, security systems and large appliances.
  • No refueling — runs on natural or LP gas.
  • Delivers high-quality power — won’t harm your electronics.

Who needs one?

Today backup power is important for every small business owner.

These are just a few of the benefits:

  • Protects your revenue stream and your inventory during an outage
  • Keeps the lights, AC and heat on
  • Powers your communications, computers and security system
  • Keeps your customers coming back and encourages new customers to count on you



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