How long will your power be out when a hurricane hits? Will you have enough gasoline to run your generator?
Will the gas station have electricity if you run out? Relax, a propane generator can power your entire house for days.
Propane Generator Installation
The most common type of backup generator used to help a home through a power outage is the kind that uses natural gas for fuel. However, not all homes have a connection to a municipal gas line. In such cases, one of the best alternatives is to install a propane generator. These units are efficient and effective at delivering a home the wattage necessary to the run the appliances and systems a family requires to get through a blackout in safety and comfort.
Some homes depend entirely on electricity to power their lights, heating and cooling systems, and other appliances. For these households, the ideal backup system to keep the electricity flowing even in the event of a lengthy blackout is a propane generator. These units rely on stored heating fuel rather than gas from a municipal supply, and allow homes with no gas line connection to enjoy a secondary source of energy should their electricity fail.
One way that propane generators are similar to natural gas generators is that they also must have professionals handle their installation. In order to adequately supply a home with the amount of power it needs during a blackout, a generator of any kind must receive expert sizing and connection into the electrical system. A poorly installed propane generator will also run inefficiently, ruining one of its principle advantages.
Once you have a propane generator in place, you should schedule annual maintenance service for it to make sure that it will do its job whenever necessary. Sooner Propane can take care of the maintenance requirements for any generator we install, and we also handle repair needs. Make us your first call when you want the assurance and protection of a propane generator.
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