A Home Standby Generator Provides A Backup System For Your House
When inclement weather hits and you lose power, a standby or backup generator is essential for your home
A home standby generator is essential to your house’s operation when inclement weather hits. When your home loses power, you lose more than just light—the food in your fridge and freezer starts to go bad, your heat or AC can go out, and even your water may stop. You can’t afford to lose these essentials. Rymes installs home backup generators so that you don’t have to live without these necessities.
When you have a backup generator for your house, it keeps your power on even when you’ve lost electricity. This is because generators are powered by gas or propane. You don’t even have to worry about powering up your generator in a storm, because it kicks on automatically. This means that you can make it through a power outage with ease, knowing that you still have access to water, heat or AC, and to fresh food in your fridge or freezer. What’s more, you can ride out the storm watching TV, using the Internet, or with any other activity normally requiring electricity.
Rymes can help you decide which generator would best fit your needs. There are a variety of different sizes and brands to choose from. We will also help you determine whether any permits are necessary before installation. The installation process involves hooking up both electric and gas lines to the generator.
Don’t get left in a disastrous situation when the next storm hits! Call us today to learn more about home standby generator installation. Getting a backup generator for your house just might be the best investment you make for your home this year.
For home standby generator installation or questions about home backup generators, call Rymes! A backup generator for your house can save you from a whole lot of hassle. From generators to home heating fuel and equipment and repairs, we’re the ones to call for heating services in New Hampshire, eastern Vermont, southwestern Maine, Martha’s Vineyard, and north-central towns in Massachusetts. Call or email us today at 603-228-2224 & firstname.lastname@example.org