When the Lights Go Out Be Prepared with an Emergency Backup Generator
How it works
Peace and Quiet
The Honeywell/Generac generators are light years ahead of the noisy portable generators that clutter up driveways after a storm. Unlike those portable generators, which make a racket while they pump out power, a Honeywell/Generac backup generator runs at a lower revolutions per minute (RPM) and must pass a strict “quiet test” before it is ready for installation.
Transfer Switch Technology
Forget the inconvenience of running extension cords to bring power to your home during a power outage. Honeywell/Generac’s transfer switch technology automatically gets you up and running when the power goes out.
Our standby generators are fueled by either your home’s existing natural gas line or a separate propane supply. Both easily meet EPA clean air standards, don’t face the spilling or storage issues of diesel, and are in continuous supply. That means your generator will run until utility power is restored.
Mobile Link™ Remote Monitoring
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