During an outage a standby generator keeps your power on. So you and your family can stay safe, powered and connected.
Imagine being in the middle of preparing your evening meal, you have a cake baking in the oven, the stovetop is full of pots and pans cooking away and you have a large roast cooking. Lightning strikes and you begin to hear the rushing sound of a large downpour inching closer and closer. Before you can even react, everything goes black, and your lovely meal has turned into a wasted celebration. Or imagine this. You have just brought home and packed away in the freezer a large grocery haul. Then a big accident nearby knocks out your power for hours or even days, your freezer thaws out and you lose all of your valuable meats and frozen goods. Don't rely only on the uncertainty of the grid to protect your home. With a standby generator, power is always ready, whether you are home or not, the power will always be on.
KEEP THE DINNER PARTY GOING
Hosting a dinner party is all fun until the power goes out and your guests are left without food or entertainment. With a standby generator, you can keep the party going even when utility power is lost.
Watching a movie or the game and the power goes out? No worries, with a standby generator providing emergency power that keeps supplying power until utility power is restored, you can enjoy your movie night without interruptions.
The internet has become fully integrated in our lives. From smart appliances and security systems to a simple video chat with the grandparents, when the power goes out, your whole lifestyle gets compromised. Keep your family and house safe and connected with a standby generator.
Power to LIVE
with Automatic Backup Power
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HOW IT WORKS
The standby generator works simultaneously with the automatic transfer switch to continuously monitor the utility power. When the transfer switch detects a loss of power from the grid, it sends a signal to the generator to start providing emergency power to the home. When utility power is restored, the standby generator stops and shuts down automatically and returns to standby mode, ready for the next outage.