Avoid power interruptions with a professionally installed home backup generator. This provides more comprehensive protection compared to battery backup devices and power strips.
With thunderstorms common throughout the area during the summer, power outages can be a potential problem. Regular power strips and battery backup units can keep smaller electronics running, but your larger electrical equipment and appliances are left vulnerable.
Our experts at Kentucky Climate Control can provide you with home back generator installations and servicing to help you enjoy greater peace of mind.
Call now to book an initial assessment and consultation with our London, KY electricians to learn more about what’s involved in the generator installation process.
Choosing a New Generator for Your London, KY Home
During the initial consultation, we will assess your specific needs and discuss generator sizing, fuel sources, and transfer switch installations.
Selecting the Right Generator Size
One of the most important factors to consider before installing your generator is making sure you select a system that meets your household’s electrical demands. You will need to choose a generator that can handle your HVAC equipment, water heater, stove, refrigerator, and other large appliances.
For the average home, generators that are 25kW or less are enough to provide your electrical appliances with the right amount of protection. Our team will take the time to evaluate your needs and ensure that you receive a properly sized system.
What are the Benefits of a Home Backup Generator?
Installing a backup generator is one of the smartest choices you can make for your home. Not only will it provide you with uninterrupted power during a sudden outage, but it will also help you enjoy additional benefits as well.
Home backup generators run on natural gas, liquid propane, or diesel. Most homeowners install natural gas or liquid propane generators, since these types of fuel are typically used with systems 25kW or less.
We can also help you upgrade your existing gas line or fuel tank (if necessary) to more efficiently accommodate your new generator. Our experts will go over the necessary changes with you in advance and make sure you know what to expect before the upgrade begins.
Transfer Switch Installation
Transfer switches are required to ensure the safe operation of your generator. The transfer switch is designed to keep your electrical system from experiencing sudden imbalances or backfeeding. Our team of experts will make sure that the transfer switch is safely installed with your new generator.