At GEGenerators.com we pride ourselves on helping you pick the right size backup generator for your home or business. We specialize in General Electric standby generators, as well as, accessories such as maintenance kits, status panels and cold weather kits for air cooled generator systems. A properly installed home generator will help you keep your power on whether in a heat wave, winter storm, or other situation that knocks out the power!
You may be thinking that by having a large home you will require a large generator, but thats not the case. The average 2000 square foot residence should only need a 5,000 to 7,000 watt generator. This is important because a smaller generator will require less fuel and save you money!
In our ever changing environment, you never know when your house will be without power, that's where a GE generator comes in. Apart from stocking up on extra food, water and provisions, you may want to consider using a standby generator to safeguard your family house. Preparing for sudden events such as hurricanes, earthquakes and tornadoes, can give you the peace of mind that your family will be warm, fed, secure and comfortable during any power outage.
No one can predict when the power will go out and what will be the cause; by planning ahead with a home generator you can save yourself time and money! Do not wait for a natural disaster to come to you! Being prepared ahead of time will save you the hassle of waiting in long line ups or paying inflated prices to get what might be a dwindling supply in your area.
Dont like to order online? Give us a call! (865-212-3259) We would love to help you decide which type of generator systems will best suit the power demands of your dwelling. By consulting with our team, we can help you assess how much energy your household uses and find you the perfect generator to fit your needs and did we mention the free shipping?
Because electricity is integrated into every aspect of our lives; we often fail to realize how reliant we are on it until we are stuck with no power. It doesnt have to be a major environmental event; it could be the inconvenience of a neighbors tree falling across power lines.
Play it safe and be prepared for whatever Mother Nature (or you neighbor) throws your way!