There are several reasons you could lose power in your Southern Maryland home this winter.
Storms, snow, ice, wind, and accidents can all result in your being without electricity. And the outage can last for a few hours, a day, a week … maybe longer!
Power outages are inconvenient, yes, but also potentially expensive and dangerous. Think of all the food in your refrigerator and freezer. If the power is out for a day or more, you will likely have to toss hundreds of dollars’ worth of food into the trash. And if someone in your home relies on electric-powered medical equipment such as home dialysis, electric wheelchairs, or oxygen, a prolonged power outage could be big trouble for them.
You can avoid all that while keeping your home safe and comfortable by installing a Generac propane whole-house backup generator from Taylor!
Do you know much about whole-house backup generators? They’re a great addition to your home. Here are some facts about propane whole-house backup generators.
They work almost instantly. Propane whole-house backup generators work automatically. When the power goes out, the generator waits for several seconds for power to return. If it does not come back within 10 seconds of your home losing electricity, your generator kicks on and provides your home with power.
They do more than keep the lights on. Our homes are more reliant on electricity than ever. And generators can power everything you need to protect your home and stay comfortable. Here’s some ways propane whole-house backup generators work for you.
Our generator experts will thoroughly go over what you need from a generator, covering everything from the size of your home to what you need your generator to keep powered. We partner with Powertech Electric for proper, safe installation of your generator. And we’re here for you with propane tank installation, along with reliable propane delivery so your generator will always have the propane it needs.
Ready to add a propane generator to your home? Contact us today to get started!
Written By: on January 4, 2021