Texas Electricity. It's world news, folks. With all the issues going on with Texas and our power, you seemingly never know when the power will go out. A power outage can cost you a lot of money and even be dangerous to some people if it is out for more than a few hours. More people rely on standby generators to save the day when the lights go out in their homes.
Picture this: you come home from a long trip to grocery shopping, put all the frozen food away, sit down to relax, and click…the power goes out. You call the power company only to find out someone hit a transformer, and it will be out for the next 3 or 4 or hours while they conduct repairs. But what about all that food you just bought? Chances are you will end up throwing some away for fear of it being spoiled.
In the case of a bad storm, sometimes the power can be out for a day or more. Your food will go bad, and so will and refrigerated medicine you may have on hand. A standby generator clicks on during a power outage and runs smoothly until power is restored.
Unlike conventional generators, standby generators do not need to be turned on; they will come on automatically whether you are home or not. So you never have to worry about rushing home to save your precious perishables. Also, the home generator runs on propane or natural gas, so you don't have to worry about running out of gasoline.
At Adis Electric, we recommend a home standby generator. These are installed outside of your home like an A/C unit and comes on within seconds of a power outage. It is powerful enough to keep running your household electrical system but poses no threat to overloading your electronics.
If you are ready for peace of mind, contact Adis Electric and ask about a standby generator today!