How GE Generators Work
Posted May 16, 2014 in Home-Generator-Systems
Maximum Comfort, Minimal Disruption
Severe storms won’t wait for a convenient time to knock your power out. By installing a home standby generator, you don’t need to worry about your kids doing homework in the dark, your oven shutting off while cooking dinner or spending your hard earned money on new groceries to replace your spoiled refrigerator food. With a GE Generator, you and your family can have peace of mind 24/7.
GE’s smart generators run on liquid propane gas or natural gas, and are installed outside of your home by an authorized GE dealer or qualified electrician. Paired with an automatic transfer switch, your GE Generator continuously monitors your home’s local utility power. Once your generator senses a power outage, it will automatically turn on and switch your home to backup power. Your GE Generator will manage all of your home’s power needs, including high wattage appliances.
Once local utility power returns, the generator system will shift your home back to utility power, shut your generator off and continue to monitor your home until the next power outage.