You may wonder why you need a generator electrician. After all, your home’s electricity always seems to work completely fine. Why would you need to install an emergency generator? In today’s blog post, we’re going to take a look at why you may want to consider speaking with a generator electrician to determine if an installation is wise for your home and family.
Power Outages: Be Protected
Power outages are on the rise across the entire nation. It is believed that this is due to population growth, an aging infrastructure, and increased extreme weather patterns. New Jersey isn’t a stranger to either growth or extreme weather. You may not even think about your electricity and just how much you rely on it until your power goes out – suddenly, you can’t wash your clothes, cook your food, or even see after the sun goes down. This is where an emergency generator comes in handy. In the event of a power outage, the standby generator will kick in, providing power to your whole house.
Electricity = Safety
When your power goes out during the summer in New Jersey, all you have to worry about is keeping your food in the freezer and refrigerator from going bad. But, in the winter – it’s a different story altogether. Not having electricity (and therefore, heat) in the winter can be downright dangerous, as temperatures can drop to below freezing. When you have a standby generator installed in your home, it will automatically kick in so that you have power, heat, and all the necessities to stay safe and warm during the winter months.
Standby Generator: Ready 24/7
When you have an emergency generator installed, you can rest assured knowing that it is ready and available 24/7 to kick in if there is an emergency such as a power outage. Our generators are convenient and easy to use and run on a variety of fuels. An additional benefit is that the installation of a generator will add value to your home, making it a wise investment from both a safety and future-thinking perspective.
Call JDM Electrical Contractors: A Licensed Generator Electrician There are many things to consider as you work to install an emergency generator. For example, you need to consider which circuits need to be on standby – do your main lights need to be connected? How about your refrigerator, furnace, or other utilities? This is something you will want to discuss with your electrician. Additionally, you can determine if you want a portable generator, manual transfer switches (vs. automatic transfer switches), and other important aspects of your installation. Call us today to learn more about our full installation and installation warranty. We are here to help! 609-989-8097.