A permanently installed Generac home backup generator protects your home automatically. It runs on natural gas or liquid propane (LP) fuel, and sits outside just like a central air conditioning unit. A home backup generator delivers power directly to your home’s electrical system, backing up your entire home or just the most essential items. How It Works
Don’t worry about having to be there to start and stop your Generac home backup generator. Because it does that automatically. Whether you’re home or away.
Your Generac home backup generator runs on your existing natural gas or LP fuel supply. Save the gas cans for your other outdoor power equipment.
You’ll never have to run an extension cord through a window or door again. Your Generac home backup generator safely delivers power right to your home’s electrical panel.
Generac created the home backup generator category. Today, our generators are preferred by 7 out of every 10 homeowners who invest in home backup power.
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How often should you have your HVAC Serviced? Your HVAC system should be checked out at least once a year by qualified technician. The best way to do th...Learn More
Your HVAC system should be checked out at least once a year by qualified technician. The best way to do this is to have your heating and cooling units checked separately. This may cost more money upfront since you will be paying for two service calls a year; however, this is often the best method to have your units checked.
Many people love to have both heating and cooling units checked at the same time. For instance, in the Spring before hot weather sets in, many people will have air-conditioning units serviced at this time to have it ready for the heat. While the technician is their they may also have them service the furnace. However, since the furnace will not be operated again for several months there are a variety of problems which could arise while it sits idle throughout the summer.
For this reason is wise to have the air-conditioning unit checked in the Spring and the heating system checked in the early Fall. This will help have both systems ready to go when the temperature requires. Nothing is worse than waiting until the last minute when a system is needed and switching it on and have nothing happen. Unfortunately, this is what many people do and then the HVAC contractors are swapped with calls for repairs. During an extremely hot or cold spell you may have to wait several days to have your HVAC system repaired.
So, remember how often should hvac system be checked? at least once a year. For optimal service make sure to service the heating and cooling units separately a couple of months before they will be required.x
Frank has been incredible! Every time we call him the service is excellent and the prices are fair. We've even had to call him for emergencies, and he's be...Learn More
Frank has been incredible! Every time we call him the service is excellent and the prices are fair. We’ve even had to call him for emergencies, and he’s been more than willing to help. There was an episode where the water valve to fill the boiler was accidentally opened all the way instead of closed. Frank was willing to talk me through the steps to solve the problem over the phone while I ran frantically around the basement. His help most likely saved our boiler.
~ Mike D.x