Stand-By Generator Professionals
As a homeowner, you are tasked with the responsibility of overseeing your home’s safety, comfort, and functionality. That’s why it helps if you are always prepared for the unexpected. When the lights or power goes out in your home, the last thing you want to do is wait. Each moment that your electricity is out, the less safe and secure your home becomes. Keep area power failures from being an issue by purchasing a stand-by generator you can depend on.
Backup Power You Can Rely On
When homeowners want to purchase generators or to have their units serviced, they contact A National Electric Service Inc.. We provide repair and maintenance services to keep your generator in great working condition. We also sell and rent a wide variety of quality generators and power solutions for you to use to power your home or office. We can help you keep the lights and power on when you need them most, especially during storms, rolling blackouts, and other critical situations.
Benefits of owning a generator include:
- Increased safety
- Great backup power supply
- Prevents appliances from shorting out from power outages
- Prevents food spoilage
- Increases home and property value
You can’t predict weather or when your electricity is going to go out. You shouldn’t leave yourself or your family at a disadvantage that affects their safety and comfort. You also can’t deny the convenience and affordability that a generator provides. By choosing a stand-by generator that can power your whole home with ease, you give your family the security they need to enjoy optimal comfort and peace of mind when the power goes out everywhere else.
How do I Choose the Right Generator for My Needs?
One of the best ways to figure out what sort of generator you need is to picture your home without power. What are the electrical appliances you will need if you have to go without power for a few days?
Some basics that you should take account of:
- Heating and cooling system
- Refrigerator and freezer
- Oven and stove
- Water heater
- Sump pump
- Some electrical sockets to charge cell phones
- Washer and dryer
- Security system
- Garage door opener
These are just some of the basics that you should consider when deciding what your stand-by generator will need to power. You can research your needs online to find out the power needed for each or there is often a sticker on the machine itself with the information. Once you have the number check to see that you have a generator that covers the total amount of energy you may need. It is recommended to get a generator with a little more power than is necessary.
Alternatively, our technicians can analyze the power usage in your home and provide you with an accurate account of the type of generator that is best for you.