A standby generator system and automatic transfer switch are professionally installed to your home's existing wiring. Constantly at the ready, the system senses when utility power stops flowing to your home for any reason, thus sensing a power outage.
A home standby generator system consists of two products: A standby generator unit and an automatic transfer switch.
A power outage interrupts a family's daily routine and forces life to be put on pause until the power returns. Standby generator systems prevent that. Period. Standby generator systems are designed to keep lights and home appliances powered in the event of a power outage - automatically. Best of all, they provide peace of mind that your family won't have to endure another headache-inducing power outage in the dark.
The two work in concert with your home to ensure when power is lost, it’s only for a matter of seconds before backup power kicks in. A standby generator system and automatic transfer switch are professionally installed to your home’s existing wiring. Constantly at the ready, the system senses when utility power stops flowing to your home for any reason, thus sensing a power outage. Within seconds, the automatic transfer switch seamlessly transfers your home’s selected electrical circuits and appliances to backup power. Once the generator system senses utility power is back online, your home is automatically transferred back to utility power and the standby generator is shut down until it’s needed the next time.
You've probably heard good things about automatic standby generator systems, but what exactly are they and how can it help your family? We'll teach you the basics and show you the financial benefits. Learn all about why a standby generator is right for you.
Service Areas include the following NE Florida counties:
Duval, Clay, St. Johns, Putnam, Nassau and limited Flagler county
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