Electrical Contracting, Ltd.

Generator Installation

We Install Standby Generators

Just a few years ago, the thought of owning an emergency standby generator seemed preposterous. Now, living without electricity is all too common.

Many homeowners and small businesses simply cannot afford to ride out another power outage. Instead, they are installing standby generators in record numbers to protect their families and investments.

The concept is really simple. Standby generators are permanently installed outside and operate just like a central air conditioner with two major differences.

Engine Instead of Motor

Air conditioners run off electric motors, which obviously won't work during an outage.
Standby generators have engines instead.

The systems can be connected to your natural gas line or liquid propane tank and generate electricity as long as fuel is supplied.

Automatic Transfer Switches

Instead of using a thermostat, standby generators use an automatic transfer switch to monitor your utility power.

When the power goes out, the automatic transfer switch turns on the generator - whether your home or not – and automatically shuts it off when power is restored.

Unlike portable generators, standby generators operate automatically with no human intervention. No generators to move. No power cords to connect. No gas tanks to fill.
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