It can be a real nuisance when the power goes out.
Natural disasters are on rise.
Their obvious increase over the past few years has highlighted the dire need for electricity in times of trouble. Every household should have a backup generator to provide short-term electrical power for emergencies. In addition to providing comfort power outages, generators can also save you money by protecting your home from dangerous power surges, which can fry your appliances and electronics even if they’re powered off.
At M.R. Electricians, our experienced technicians can repair, maintain, and install the ideal home generator for your electrical capacity needs and your budget. As a trained distributor and installer of highly regarded Generac generators, we always guarantee quality products and service. When the next power outage hits your area, you’ll be glad you made a smart investment to safeguard your home, family, and expensive electronics.
We make it easy to protect your home.
A permanently installed Generac backup generator protects your home whether you’re there or away. It kicks in automatically as soon as your house goes off the grid and seamlessly keeps your electricity running. Fueled by natural gas or liquid propane, it delivers power directly to your home’s electrical system, backing up your entire house or just the most essential items. And forget about extension cords, because Generac home backup generators safely deliver power right to your home's electrical panel.
Don’t miss a beat.
With the installation of a home standby generator, your lights, heat, air conditioning, refrigerator, computer, and entertainment systems will keep humming along.
Contact M.R. Electricians today and get the peace of mind you deserve, regardless of the weather.
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