To install a generator, it takes someone who has experience in electrical work. When connecting a generator, one must interrupt the utility power with an automatic transfer switch(ATS). Yes, sorry we are about to get technical on you! The ATS monitors the utility voltage of your home. When the ATS senses the loss of utility power, it signals the generator to start, and voila the generator powers up! This generator will feed selected circuits or the entire house depending on the application.
After understanding the power flow of a generator through your home, doesn't it make sense to hire a company that has an electrical service background as well?
This also brings assurance that if any issue occurs inside your home while on generator power you wouldn't have to call a separate company to diagnose and fix the problem.
With our knowledge in electrical new construction, electrical services, and standby power Generators, we give you peace of mind by understanding the electrical system in its entirety, not just the equipment we are installing.