An extended loss of power for your home can mean major inconveniences and discomfort for you and your family. In some cases, where you have people in your household who depend on powered medical equipment, a power outage can pose significant health risks. You will want the best insurance against such occurrences: get it with the installation of a whole–house generator as a backup for your home’s electrical system.
Although portable generators can assist in some power–loss situations, they have limited usefulness when it comes to longer outages, and they can also pose risks from exhaust should they lack proper ventilation. A whole–house generator is a permanent installation, hooked into your home’s electrical system from outside. They are built to handle extreme weather conditions and maintain power for the crucial components in your home during a lengthy period of power loss.
Installing a whole–house generator requires skilled technicians who can match the new unit to your home’s power needs. Call on Carney Plumbing Heating & Cooling and let our experienced team see to your generator installation. We are also available for repairs and maintenance to keep your current generator prepared for the next power loss.
Carney Plumbing Heating & Cooling offers quality installation of whole–house generators and whole–house generator services in Bucks County and Montgomery County, PA.
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Whole–House Generator Installation
A professionally installed whole–house generator will provide the right power level for your needs during an extended loss of electricity. You don’t need to run every appliance in your home if you don’t need to: installers can choose a unit that will provide only as much power as you feel necessary. If you want a greater number of appliances powered during a blackout, the installers can also accommodate you.
We Offer Installation of Automatic Standby Generators
The standard whole–house generator requires a homeowner to turn it on manually when its services are needed. If a power outage occurs during extreme weather conditions, such as a snowstorm, or if it happens when the homeowner is away, this can present problems. But an automatic standby generator solves this dilemma. These generators detect a loss of power and turn themselves on automatically, resulting in only a lapse in the electricity supply and sparing you the difficulty of going outside to activate the generator.
We Offer Natural Gas Generator Installation
The most popular type of whole–house generator uses natural gas piped in from a municipal source. These generators are dependable, burn cleanly, and are cost–effective. Best of all, because natural gas is piped directly to the system, you won’t have to worry about running out of fuel for the generator the way you would for a model that runs off of stored heating fuel.
We Offer Propane Generator Installation
If you don’t have a natural gas line to your home, you can still enjoy the benefits of an excellent quality whole–house generator. A propane generator, or one that uses LP (liquefied petroleum), runs from stored fuel. They are the most efficient of the stored fuel generators. Propane and LP can be stored for longer periods of time without going stale, which will help you prepare ahead of time for extended outages.
Whatever type of generator you wish to have installed, the team at Carney Plumbing Heating & Cooling is ready to assist you. We also will handle the regular maintenance and generator needs for any generator we install to make sure that it won’t give out on you when the electricity does. Call us today for generator installation.