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Jul 29, 2021 4:12:36 PM by Lauren Mangano - 0 comments

7 Tips To Safely Use a Generator

Portable and permanent generators can provide lifesaving benefits when your home or business is faced with a power outage. They can power a wide range of critical electrical equipment including heating units, refrigerators, freezers, lighting, computers, and water pumps. However, generators also come with their own set of risks. In order to ensure safety for yourself, your family, and the people working to restore power in your area, you must adhere to the following guidelines.
 

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Jul 23, 2021 12:34:10 PM by Lauren Mangano - 0 comments

How Does a Generac Generator Work? And Other FAQ's

Backup (also known as standby) generators are an excellent way to provide your home with reliable, uninterrupted power during a power outage. Founded in 1959, Generac is the number one manufacturer of home backup generators, providing customers with quality comfort and peace of mind during times of need. 
 

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Sep 3, 2015 12:14:18 PM by Dan Kelly - 3 comments

The Best Way to Safely Power a Home with a Portable Generator

Losing power at home is a total bummer -- there's never a convenient time to experience a blackout. Luckily, there is now a safe and affordable way to directly power your home with a portable generator so that you'll never have to deal with this major inconvenience again. And, you can watch an installation and how it all works in our video below.
 

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Oct 31, 2014 3:35:00 PM by Chase Musser - 0 comments

How to Prepare Your Home for a BACKUP Generator

Storms, heavy snows, winds, and accidents can cause a power outage; but that doesn't mean you're stranded in the dark until electricity is restored. A home backup generator can supply enough power to keep at least the necessities in working order until repairs are made in your area.

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Oct 31, 2014 3:35:00 PM by Chase Musser - 0 comments

Portable or Standby? Choosing the Right Backup Generator for Your Home

Between overloaded power grids and unpredictable weather patterns, you never know when the electricity in your home will go out. Even worse, once it’s out, there is no way to predict when it will get restored. It could be hours, days, or even weeks before you see the sweet flicker of electricity in your home again. The best thing you can do to avoid lighting up the house with candles is to prepare your home with either a portable or a standby generator.
 

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Oct 31, 2014 3:34:00 PM by Chase Musser - 0 comments

Say Goodbye to Blackouts with a Home Standby Generator

When a storm rolls through and knocks the power out, all the modern conveniences we take for granted disappear. We suddenly find ourselves with no way to cook, heat our homes, run medical devices, warm baby bottles or store refrigerated foods. Investing in a portable generator is more affordable and can certainly ease some of the hardships of a blackout, but a home standby generator is a more permanent solution.
 

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Oct 31, 2014 3:32:00 PM by Dan Kelly - 0 comments

Be Ready for a Blackout! 8 Tips for Preparing for the Next Big Storm

Over the last couple of years, most of us have had our power knocked out by some intense storms and it seems they're becoming more frequent. Superstorm Sandy left some folks without electricity for more than a week in 2012. In 2014 an epic ice storm led to downed power lines and left people without heat during freezing cold temperatures. Here are some tips to help you prepare for the next "big one" so that you and your family are ready and as comfortable as possible during the next blackout.

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Oct 31, 2014 3:31:00 PM by Dan Kelly - 0 comments

Tips to Keep Your Cell Phone Working During a Power Outage

Cell phones are invaluable during a power outage. It brings up the tired old question, “what did we do before cell phones?” Well, we connected with friends and family using corded, landline phones that still work during a blackout, but those have been disappearing from homes in favor of our handy smart phones.

A cell phone can connect you to a larger community of people, like friends on Facebook as well as news outlets. The biggest disadvantage of these devices, by far, is their limited battery life.

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