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Types of Generators Available for Installation

Florida is one of those areas where the power grid is not as reliable as it should be, especially during hurricane season. If you happen to live in an area that gets frequent blackouts, you don’t have to just sit in the dark and wait for the lights to turn back on. A generator could be the perfect solution if you want to keep your home up and running. Read on for more information on how they can help your home.

Standby Generators

Most homes make use of standby generators, which are designed to keep the most basic appliances running in order to conserve energy. Lights, refrigerators, and other necessities can be kept powered for several hours at a time using a standby generator. If you don’t have any vital, energy hogging systems that need to be powered at all times, a standby generator would likely be a perfect fit for you.

Whole House Generators

There are some times when you can’t afford to lose power for any period of time. Medical equipment, servers, and the like have power requirements that a simple standby generator can’t supply. For things like that, you’re going to need a whole-house generator. Whole-house generators are large, and quite a bit more powerful than the standard standby generator. During a blackout, a whole-house generator will be more than powerful enough to keep your entire home powered for an extended period of time. You don’t need to have a dire need to install one, though. If you simply don’t want to experience a sizable interruption in your normal routine a whole house generator is the best way to do it.

If you’d like to know more about generator options, call the experts at [(site_name)] to help. We offer full generator services throughout Lake Butler, FL. 

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