Being a homeowner means that you need to constantly be thinking of and preparing for the unexpected. It’s just important to make sure your property is protected when something unexpected occurs, but you also need to be ready to protect the comfort and safety of your family. Natural disasters are almost completely unpredictable, and they could occur at any time. It doesn’t take much to leave your home without electricity. Being without electricity can be a huge hassle, installing a home generator can mean that no matter what happens, you’ll be able to maintain the safety and comfort of your home.
There are different power generators built to provide different amounts of power to your home. Our Kansas City professional electricians can assist with this and give you approximations on the electricity you’ll need, along with the appropriate home generator recommendations. If you use—and need to use—a large amount of electrical equipment in the event of an emergency, you’re going to need a generator that has a higher capacity.
There are two main types of generators: a standby unit, and a portable unit. If you have the space to spare, standby units are always your best bet. Our home generator specialists can make sure it’s professionally installed so that it’s always available and ready to function as soon as you experience a power outage. If you don’t have the space, or if you prefer a smaller model that can be moved around, then a portable unit is a fine choice. We can help you decide on which would be best for your home and your family, and our Electrical Investments experts can keep them professionally maintained so that you’re always ready for anything that may occur.
Our Kansas City Electricians Provide the Following Services:
- Aluminum Wiring Replacement
- Electrical Safety Inspections
- Home Generator Installation and Maintenance
- Electrical Wiring Repairs
- Lighting Installations
- Security and Landscape Lighting
- Panel Upgrades
- Surge Protection
- Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters
- Outlet Repair
- Lighting Repairs
Most home generators operate on the most affordable and readily available fuel, gasoline. Other generator models do exist which run on diesel or propane. There are several different generators available based on your budget and what you’ll be able to have ready in case of an emergency. Our Kansas City home generator specialists can help you with the decision and point out specific features of each different model.