Having trouble with an outlet in your home? If anytime you plug something in it’s falling out of the outlet, or if your outlet just won’t work, you’re in the right place.
You’ve finally decided that a standby generator is the way to go.
Maybe the Cummins’ brand caught your attention, but you still have a few questions.
Ah, the ultimate question, “How long can my generator run?”
The truth is: there’s no simple answer to this inquiry. There are a number of factors that will influence how long your generator will continuously run after its fired up as well as its lifetime before ultimately calling it quits.
You’ve decided that you’re ready to invest in a standby generator, or a permanent unit capable of powering your essentials during an outage.
The Battle of the Home Standby Generators: Generac vs. Kohler vs. Briggs & Stratton
You’ve been wanting to invest in a whole house generator for some time now, but the cost has always scared you away.
You’ve finally decided that you’re going to invest in a standby generator instead of a portable unit, but now you’ve got one more big decision to make: your fuel type.
If you’re in the market for a generator, you’ve come to the right place. You probably have a full list of questions, including, “What size generator do I need? Which fuel type is better: natural gas vs. liquid propane? What brand should I trust?”
A four year study by the National Fire Protection Association found 47,820 fires were caused by electrical failure. These fires caused hundreds of deaths and $1.5 billion in property damage.
Your lights are flickering or your outlets are sparking. Whatever the case, you have an electrical issue that needs fixing.