Whole-Home Generator Benefits
Comfort During a Power Outage
Keep cool or stay warm, watch your favorite show and enjoy a hot meal while your standby generator keeps your home running.
Protection Against Storm Damage and Power Outage Costs
Avoid unexpected financial hits that occur when a home sits without power — including hotel stays, spoiled food losses and basement water damage.
Lower Homeowners Insurance Bills
If your home's lights and security system stays on, it's less likely that you'll be making a home theft claim. That's one way owning a standby generator can reduce your homeowners insurance rate.
Increased Home Value
Build equity fast — a recent study by Remodeling magazine showed standby generators increase home resale values by 52.7% of the cost of the generator system.
Peace of Mind That Fits Your Budget
Finance your standby generator purchase and make affordable monthly payments.
How a Home Generator Works?
Two products work together as a system to keep power on.
A standby generator unit and automatic transfer switch are professionally installed to your home's existing wiring.
Constantly at the ready, the system senses when utility power stops flowing to your home.
Within seconds, the automatic transfer switch seamlessly shifts your home's selected electrical circuits and appliances to backup generator power.
Once the system senses the utility power is back online, it automatically transfers your home back to utility power and the standby generator shuts down — standing guard until it's needed again.