We live in uncertain times. In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, many Americans are concerned about how they are going to take care of their families. Ultimately though, the best thing we can do is to remain rational and calm, while taking additional precautions to protect ourselves. There’s no need to unnecessarily start hoarding supplies, or stocking up on crazy amounts of food. However, it is important for every homeowner to be aware of the needs of their individual household.
To that end, you may want to consider installing a backup generator. It’s no secret that the grid is extremely overloaded. And with the effects of climate change also looming over our heads, rolling blackouts are more common than ever. For many homeowners, the risk of a sudden power outage is not worth it; that’s where the role of a generator comes in. Modern generators can supply electricity to all the essential devices we use in our daily lives, from televisions and computers, to ovens and refrigerators, to washers and water heaters, to heating and cooling equipment.
It’s also important to consider all the ways electricity protects us that we don’t immediately think about. In addition to providing light, comfort, communication, and entertainment, you need electricity to power home security systems. You may have files on your work desktop that could be lost in an outage, but even worse, a family member could lose access to an important medical device if a blackout occurs.
This is why our skilled electricians at AAA Service Plumbing, Heating & Electric are proud to offer standby generator installation and repair. Our residential generators are designed to connect to your main electrical panel and provide power to your whole house. These systems run on a variety of fuels, so you can find the model that’s going to be most energy-efficient for your home. And best of all, our emergency generators turn on automatically as soon as an outage occurs, and then turn off again once power is restored, so you never have to worry about what you’re going to do during an electrical storm or heatwave.
For AAA Service Plumbing, Heating & Electric, nothing is more important than the safety of our customers and our team. Electricians are considered essential workers under government ruling, so you never have to worry about getting the electrical services you need, even during this global pandemic. However, we also want to reassure you that we have updated our service methods to include precautionary measures designed to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Call today to find out more about how installing a backup generator may help your property, and remember, if we remain calm and follow the guidelines set by the CDC, everything is going to be okay.