The next step is to place the generator on the pad. We have the tools and equipment that ensure your property will not be disturbed as we transport and install the generator.

Once the generator is in place, installation of the wiring and gas hook-ups begins. We coordinate with the gas company to come and hook up the generator.

Here we’re installing the generator’s Transfer Switch. The transfer switch is the electronic “control center” responsible for managing the transition from utility service to your Home Generator System. When the power goes out, the transfer switch automatically senses the power disruption, signals the generator to turn on, and transfers power from utility to home power for the duration of the power outage. When utility power is restored, the switch senses that power has returned, shuts down the generator, and resumes monitoring.

You’ll notice the gas has already been hooked up by the gas company and we are now making all the electrical connections to the generator.

That’s it! Once the connections are completed, we are on our way and you and your family now have the peace of mind of knowing that even in an electrical outage, you will have power.

Give us a call to schedule an appointment for a free estimate on a Home Standby Generator Installation. You’ll see how affordable and easy it is to have power when the power goes out.

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