Home Based Backup Power Generators
If you are purchasing a home-based backup system, our installation process is straightforward
- Installation Site Overview
Our team will visit the location where the backup power generator will be installed. We’ll determine the best placement for the unit and advise if we recommend any changes to the installation site.
- Diagrams and Quotes
We provide a complete explanation of the equipment required for the power needs along with detailed spec sheets containing information about what will be furnished and installed.
- Job Site Permitting (if necessary)
We handle all permitting required for the installation to take place.
- HOA Approval (if necessary)
Some Home Owners Associations require approvals for Backup Power Generators to be installed; we’ll handle that for you
- Placement of Concrete Pad
All Backup Power Generators require a concrete pad.
- Electrical systems installation and inspection
Incorrectly attaching a backup power generator to a transfer switch can result in damage to the unit not covered under warranty.
- Gas provider services setup
Backup Power Generators are fueled by natural gas. This usually requires an upgraded meter from the natural gas provider.
- Start Up & Testing
After the installation is complete, we’ll schedule a test start up to ensure everything is in working order
- User Training
At the end of the process, we make sure you fully understand how to use your backup power generator
The standby generator installation process typically takes between 4-8 weeks, however this may vary depending on your city’s permitting requirements.
Standby Power for Recreational Vehicles
If you have purchased a RV or other vehicle power generator, the process is a little bit easier. The installation will take place in one of our seven locations across Florida and Georgia. Once installed, you’ll be fully trained on how to operate the unit.