The weather has gotten really erratic and severe in recent years—and power outages have become more common. That’s a big reason why there has been a growing demand for whole-house propane backup generators—something that once was considered a luxury item for a home. Now, it seems to be a necessity.
Propane gas generators are available in a variety of capacities to fit the needs of any size home in North Carolina. Permanently installed and supplied by either an aboveground or underground storage tank, a propane gas generator will start automatically within seconds of the power going out.
Propane generators are a preferred choice because stored propane does not degrade over time like gasoline does. Propane’s fuel supply is more stable and reliable and you don’t have to worry about spillage during the refueling process.
Of course, with all that said, the priceless peace of mind that your propane generator delivers for you will only pay off if your generator works each and every time when you need it.
To make sure your generator will operate properly when the power goes out, follow these tips to ensure you’re prepared for the worst.
Treat your generator well and it will last for years to come, providing your family with peace of mind that no other home comfort equipment can match.
Contact your local propane company if you would like to know more about generators.