Why Should I Own a Propane Whole House Generator?

Posted: March 18, 2019

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Severe weather can strike at any moment here in Central Massachusetts, especially during spring storm season – and with that severe weather can come inconvenient or even dangerous power outages.

One of the best ways to combat the uncertainty of severe weather and its consequences is by investing in a whole house backup generator – a powerful bit of home comfort equipment for your peace of mind.

Your propane whole house generator: How it works and key benefits

Powered by propane and connected to your home’s electrical and HVAC systems, a backup generator (sometimes called an emergency generator) looks like a central air conditioning unit with a cap on it. The generator powers up automatically within about 30 seconds after an outage, allowing a seamless transition to backup power.

The benefits of a backup generator go far beyond simply keeping the lights on. Depending on the size of the unit, a propane whole house generator could:

Already have a propane backup generator? Make sure it’s filled up and ready for spring storm season. Contact us to schedule a propane delivery for your backup generator today.

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