Generac home standby generators are the easiest and least expensive in the industry to install. Their prepackaged models come with everything needed, including a prewired automatic transfer switch and prewired conduit for the whole system. Watch this video to find out more.
The installation of an automatic standby generator maintains security and comfort for your home in the event of a power outage. An automatic standby generator system monitors incoming voltage from the utility line. When the utility power is interrupted, the generator automatically goes to work. Watch this video to find out more.
When the power to your home fails, a standby generator goes to work automatically, then shuts itself off when the utility power resumes. With a portable generator, you have to move it outside, find the gas can and extension cords, fill the gas tank, run the cords through the house, and manually start the generator.
In the event of a power outage, the ideal emergency solution for a home or business is an automatic standby generator. Watch this video to find out more.
There are some important differences between portable generators designed for residential and commercial use.Watch this video to find out more. Residential generators are usually used to provide emergency backup power for select appliances within a home while portable generators for commercial use are often used on a jobsite when electricity isn't available.
There are two basic types of portable generators: conventional and inverter. Conventional generators use a mechanical alternator to produce AC power while inverter generators produce DC power and convert it to AC power. Watch this video to find out more.