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Power is essential in our homes and businesses. Without power most people can’t complete even basic tasks including cooking, showering, and eating perishable food. With the propensity in Florida for strong storms that knock down power lines, coming up with a plan in the event of a power outage is important. Reliable power Systems, Inc. can help make sure that your lives are minimally impacted in the event of a power outage. Individuals who want to stay moderately comfortable and protect their homes in the face of a storm may want to consider partial home generators.

What Is A Generator?

A generator is an appliance that runs some items in your home in the event of a power outage. Generators come in several forms including portable generators which run off of diesel or gasoline. These generators typically only run small amounts of appliances such as a refrigerator. Portable generators are also slightly dangerous if not used properly. Permanent standby generators are permanent fixtures in your home and are outside much like an air conditioner. These generators are tied into the natural or propane gas lines that may run some of your existing appliances.

What Does A Partial Home Generator Run?

A partial home generator is a solution for individuals who only want to run a few essential appliances. These appliances can include a refrigerator, a few lights and a microwave. Partial home generators are a cost effective solution for many families and can offer peace of mind. Your homes energy consumption is measured in kilowatts (KW). Partial home generators will provide your home with between 7 and 18 KW.

How Can You Help?

Reliable Power Systems, Inc. understands that choosing what type of generator you need can be a confusing process. Our sales staff is highly-trained in all of the intricacies involved in choosing a generator. We will come out to your home and offer a free estimate for your new generator. During your appointment we will go over all of the essential items that you need to run in your home during a power outage. We will also inspect and determine the type of natural or propane gas that you have in your home. After our initial appointment we will customize a plan for your new generator.

Call reliable Power systems, Inc. today to get your new partial home generator.

 

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