Choose the Right Generator For Your Gainesville, GA Home
Before installing your generator, you will need to make sure you find the right equipment for your home. Factors to consider include your current power demands (to determine the best generator size) and the type of fuel you’ll be using.
Determining the right generator size is one of the most important aspects to take into account before installation. You will need to select a generator that can successfully accommodate your largest appliances and electrical equipment, including your air conditioner, furnace, refrigerator, and range.
To give you a better idea of how we calculate generator size, let’s take your air conditioner for example. If your AC is a three-ton unit, your generator will need to be at least 11kW. And if you have a five-ton AC, you’ll need to choose a generator that’s at least 20kW.
Master Electric Heating and Air will help you determine the right generator size during our initial consultation.
The transfer switch is perhaps the most essential element to ensuring that your generator operates safely. Not having a transfer switch installed can create electrical imbalances or cause backfeeding. Every generator installation will come with a transfer switch installation as well.
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Advantages of Installing a Backup Generator
Uninterrupted power isn’t the only benefit of having a home backup generator. You will also be able to increase the value of your home, avoid the hassle and risks of a portable generator, and enjoy whole-house protection.
Increase your property value: If you plan to sell your home in the future, a generator on your property can give you the leverage you need to negotiate a higher price.
Hassle-free operation: Portable generators require extension cords, are often loud, and can put you at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning if the area is not well ventilated. With a home backup generator, the risk of being exposed to electrical shock or CO poisoning is significantly lower.
Convenient and comprehensive: Generac home backup generators provide the latest technology available. They are able to sense outages and turn themselves on automatically within seconds, ensuring that you are never without a power source. You don’t even need to be home for your generator to work!
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Installing HVAC system
HVAC change out
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Repairing lights also installing exhaust fans
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Replacing faulty light switches and spotlights on exterior of house
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