Home power outages are never expected. In times of power outages, emergency generators keep you safe and comfortable during hurricanes and other events that cause your home to lose power.
We are one of South Florida’s leading generator providers. When your power goes out, we’re here to help!
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To schedule installation, repair, or maintenance for any type of emergency generator, call Reliable Power Systems at (561) 757-4405 or contact us online now!
What is an Emergency Generator Power?
An emergency power generator is a system that kicks in when you lose electricity to your home. Emergency generators are backup systems that can effectively keep your home powered until the local electricity company can restore power.
That means that an emergency backup generator can keep your food cold, your appliances running, your security system operational, and your home lit, so you continue to feel safe and comfortable.
Emergency generators are powered by either natural or propane gas, and they are permanent fixtures in homes, much like HVAC systems.
An emergency power generator automatically starts in the event of a power outage. A generator will provide power to your home until your local power company restores it.
Looking for expert installers in South Florida who service standby generators? Call Reliable Power Systems at (561) 757-4405 or contact us online now!
What Is the Difference Between Your Generators & Those at the Hardware Store?
Reliable Power Systems offers state-of-the-art permanent standby generators. At your local hardware store, you can find portable standby generators. A permanent generator has several advantages over a portable generator. Particularly:
- Carbon monoxide poisoning is a risk associated with portable generators
- With a permanent generator, your system runs on gas from your home’s natural gas or propane supply. To ensure your family’s safety, it has the appropriate exhaust systems
- In addition, our emergency backup generators
- Automatically turn on as soon as the system senses a loss of power
- Can add value to your home if you choose to sell your home and leave the generator in place
Have more questions about emergency generators? Ready for generator service? Simply call Reliable Power Systems at (561) 757-4405 or contact us online now!
What is the Generator Installation Process?
When you turn to Reliable Power Systems for generator installation service, we will:
- Come to your home to provide you with a free estimate on your system
- Evaluate your needs and talk to you about what you want to be able to power and operate during a power outage
Upon moving forward with us, we will pull all the permits you need, as well as clear the installation with your homeowners’ association, if necessary.
Your salesperson will visit your property and test your system a second time after installation is complete and answer any questions you may have.
To schedule generator installation service — or get more answers from our expert generator installers, just call Reliable Power Systems at (561) 757-4405 or contact us online now!
We proudly provide emergency backup generator service in Parkland, Lighthouse Point, Wilton Manors, Hillsboro Beach, Highland Beach, Wellington, Gulfstream, Ocean Ridge, Manalapan, Palm Beach, Plantation, Davie, Las Olas, Palm Beach Gardens, Southwest Ranches, Delray Beach, and beyond!
Frequently Asked Questions
What size generator should I get for my home?
During an emergency, you will need a generator of the right size and type of generator depending on the amount of power you want to be able to use during an emergency. For basic needs, such as keeping your refrigerator cold and turning on a few lights, a smaller generator will do. If you want to have full power, you’ll need a larger generator.
In the event of a power outage, how long can I run my generator?
During an outage, an emergency standby generator will give you power for the entire duration. It is possible to run your standby generator continuously for up to two weeks, even if a hurricane knocks out your electricity. A continuous run of the machine for longer than two weeks is not recommended.