An in-home generator can supply electricity to your residence during power outages or extreme weather conditions. It allows you to continue using essential appliances such as heaters, air conditioners, sump pumps, and refrigerators, as well as lights. An in-home generator will start with the push of a button or automatically—you don't even have to be home—it is connected to the house wiring and the natural gas supply. The generator is installed outdoors on a cement pad near the natural gas source, according on your city codes.
There's no need to be in the dark or deal with unnecessary flooding, food spoilage, or extreme temperatures. An in-home generator can give you peace of mind.
If you are considering the purchase of an in-home generator, Remodeling by J.R. Graves can advise you as to the correct size unit for your home and as well as install it.
The Graves family installed their generator about five years ago. "We have had a couple of blackouts, one lasting nearly 48 hours," said J.R. Graves, "It has definitely been well-worth the investment."