Standby generator installation is a must if you want electrical power for your most essential lights and appliances. Without a working standby generator, you may lose power for air conditioning in the summer and even lose all of your food in the refrigerator. It will also be unsafe to walk around your home at night without any lights to guide you.

Even worse, no standby generator means your water pump may be unable to work, leaving you without a steady flow of water for a wide range of purposes. This won’t only leave you without water to drink, but also result in some seriously unsanitary consequences. You may be unable to flush toilets in your home, take a shower, and even be unable to wash your hands or dishes in the sink. These problems will only get worse the longer you go without calling a service company for installation, and it may even get to the point where you cannot live in your home at all.

Call Reliable Power Systems for Installation

Fortunately, the team at Reliable Power Systems offers incredible standby generator installation to ensure you avoid all those troubles and more. Much of that dedication is in thanks to our team of licensed electricians, who know how to conduct a fast installation that will see you with a steady flow of power in no time. We can even install generators from top brands like Generac, and Briggs & Stratton. By contacting Reliable Power Systems, you can expect to receive many benefits aimed at making your life easier. This includes food and water preservation, extended lifespan for lights and appliances, reduced spending on generator repair, and more.

What Should You Know Before A Standby Generator Installation

Size and Placement: Installing the wrong-sized generator will lead to a whole bunch of problems. Especially with system consistency and energy-efficiency. However, an electrician from CT Generator System will know to inspect your home. Before any installation work is conducted so you avoid this trouble. Make sure your generator is a good fit for your property. In addition, you need to consider where the generator will be installed. As a rule of thumb, generators should be kept as much as 25 feet away to avoid both the possibility of carbon monoxide exposure or electrocution.

Power Source: Here are 4 of the most common:

  • Gasoline: This is the most inexpensive option and will guarantee you save you more on energy costs.
  • Diesel: Diesel is a popular fueling type due to both its high efficiency. It does, however, boast a higher upfront cost.
  • Natural Gas: This fuel type requires you have a utility hookup, which eliminates you having to store it somewhere. You do risk a higher chance of fires or explosions with a natural gas line, especially due to a leak.
  • Propane: Propane can be stored indefinitely, but they are not ideal for larger generators. Generators that use this fuel as a source burn through more fuel.

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