You don’t want to be left in the dark with no AC during the hottest months of the year.
We know your home is important to you, and when you dedicate your time to ensuring it runs smoothly for yourself, family, and guests, it can be frustrating when problems occur.
Even when you prepare for disaster and damage from summer storms, they still can strike at the most unexpected times.
To save your family from the headache of these emergencies, consider investing in a standby generator to keep your home and electricity running.
What is a Standby Generator?
A standby generator gives you power protection year-round. They can save your home from short and long power outages.
Within seconds of unexpected outages, it will automatically turn on and return power to your home.
It is a smart investment to keep your productivity flowing and electrical systems running.
Depending on your budget and needs, it can either power the entire home or just certain appliances that may be a necessity.
Standby Generators can be useful for both homes and businesses, helping keep your mind worry-free.
How Does It Work?
Since a standby generator is already installed, it is just waiting for a power-outage to kick in, instead of a portable generator that you may have to get from a shed or garage.
Typically these generators are set up to run for a long period of time, powered by natural gas fuels.
They are set up to your electrical system and kick into gear when the power goes out during unexpected weather and other emergencies.
Since almost everything in the home runs off electricity, a power outage can really impact the household.
Installing a simple standby generator can ensure you still have:
A working HVAC unit
An operating a well pump and sump pump
Working kitchen appliances such as microwave and fridge
Working circuits and lights
When you think of preparing for emergencies, it means having a plan in place and generally an emergency kit, but does that plan include information for power outages?
Some outages are scheduled for maintenance or caused by faulty systems, but the majority of power loss is due to severe weather.
Unexpected emergencies like this can affect your productivity and comfortability inside your home.
According to the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, in 2019, the National Weather Service received reports of more than 550 severe thunderstorms in Indiana, including more than 400 causing wind damage.
During the summer months, thunderstorms can include heavy rain, flooding, strong winds, tornadoes, and hail.
Storms like these can appear with little to no warning, causing the power to go out or other damage to your property.
No matter how long the storm lasts, it could have the power to cause massive problems and headaches in your household.
If and when you have decided that you want to buy and install a generator for your home or business, you will need to decide which type is most appropriate for you.
Calling your local professionals is a good place to start, as they can help you find the right fit for your needs.
Standby or whole home generators are more appropriate for large homes with a more significant need for electricity.
But if you have a smaller home or an on the road business, a portable;e generator option may be best for your lifestyle.
Knee’s Electrical Service offers a variety of different units for both commercial and residential property, including:
Residential standby generator
Commercial portable generator
Commercial standby generator
Knee's Electrical Service, are experts within the Marion, Indiana area, and can provide top-notch assistance with generators. Call us at (765) 201-7220 for all your electrical needs!