Installing a generator is not an easy task. It involves grafting the generator into the home or office building’s electrical grid. After that, the generator needs to be hooked up to its fuel source. Neither of these processes are simple, quick, or safe if you don’t know what you’re doing. At best, installing a generator without professional knowledge could lead to your generator malfunctioning when you try to use it. At worst, it might lead to serious injury. Don’t risk yourself, your house, or your business trying to install a generator on your own. Call us instead! We offer comprehensive generator installation services for both homes and businesses. Contact us today to schedule generator installation services in your home.
Home Generator Installation in Chelmsford, Southern NH and Southern ME
There are a few different things that you need to consider before a home generator installation. First, what kind of generator do you need? There are backup generators, which are manually started in case of a power outage. They are often fueled by natural gas, which requires that a pipeline be installed. However, propane models are also available. Standby generators are also a good option. These are generators that include an automatic switch, which detects when the power in your house goes out. The standby generator then turns itself on within a few seconds to begin providing power. These are just a couple of the many kinds of available generators.
As you can see, generator installation is not a quick or simple process. A lot of planning and work has to be put into the process, which is where we come in. This isn’t really a DIY project. You’re going to need a team of professionals who know the procedure, and have the tools to complete it. That’s why we employ some of the best experts in the industry, to make sure that your home generator installation goes smoothly and safely.
Businesses often find themselves in much greater need of an emergency generator than homeowners do. They often have sensitive electronic equipment, which can be seriously disrupted or even damaged by a sudden loss of power. If nothing else, it can be hard to actually conduct business when none of your computers are working. Having a commercial generator installed is a great way to protect against these problems. However, just like home generator installation, this process will involve a lot of planning and procedure. How much of your building do you want to be powered by the generator in case of an outage? Do you only need select vital systems to stay on, or do you need the whole building to be able to continue operating for as long as the outage lasts? The decision you make will substantially affect the size and type of generator that ends up being installed. If you aren’t sure about these questions, don’t worry! Just give us a call, and we’ll walk you through the whole selection process from the beginning. We can determine which system would best fit your unique needs. Then, we’ll install that system for you quickly and safely.
If you have any questions about generator installation, contact us today.