I Live In The South, Do I Need A Generator?
Deciding whether or not to invest in a backup generator for your home is much like weighing the pros and cons of Home Owner’s Insurance…or any other insurance for that matter. No one wants to fathom the idea of their home being broken into or a tree falling through the roof but the fact is, these sorts of things could happen to anyone. Imagine the worse case scenario then ask yourself “Am I willing to deal with the cost associated with such losses?”
A backup generator could particularly come in handy in the winter…yes, even if you live in Atlanta! No one predicted the snowstorm of last year creating the look of a real-life Walking Dead scene. The best thing you can do as a homeowner is preparing yourself for the extremity. You don’t have to live in Hurricane Valley to experience power outages. Furthermore, we still experience freezing temperatures in Atlanta. A generator ensures that you will be able to supply heat through your home during an outage subsequently offering added protection against freezing pipes (a very costly repair).
Is there someone in your home that relies on medical equipment? Then you should definitely consider a generator. Sometimes the electric company just isn’t able to get to you as fast as you’d expect and most often you don’t have seconds to wait. Prevent fatal accidents by securing your home with a backup generator.
Not only is a generator beneficial to your home but it’s also essential for your business as well. If your company houses perishable goods, you can rest assure that your inventory will maintain proper temperatures. A backup power supply will also assist with data/network management where a sudden power outage could result in a loss of essential information.
There are many different types of generators to choose from contingent upon your home or business needs. Here at AllGood, we stock the award-winning, Generac line of emergency power solutions. Generac is the number 1 selling brand of home generators and we are one of the only Atlanta electrical companies certified for sales and service. Schedule a consult with one of our electricians by calling 678-534-7980, to help better assess your needs.