Power outages are not considered a real threat until they happen, which is typically unforeseen. So what can be done? What is the best solution to a completely unexpected problem?
The answer is deceptively simple: backup power.
Let a Backup Generator Handle Power Outages
A home backup generator allows the piece of mind required to make it through the storm, especially when the lights go out. Back up power from GE is designed to fit your needs perfectly, so take the time to learn about the cost of power outages and then delve into finding the best generator with Portable or Standby, and Propane vs Natural Gas.
A backup Generator is also good for people with medical needs such as C-Pap machine, Oxygen generator or other medical equipment which requires power. Why have to worry about having to leave the comfort of your own home.
Portable vs Standby
Home Standby Generators
- Permanently installed
- Professionally installed
- Starts when power goes out
- Natural Gas or Liquid propane
- No Refueling needed
What it can power:
- Overall home needs: Lights, water heater and refrigerator
- Selected high wattage appliances: A/C and electric stove
- Can manage up to 8 High wattage appliances with Symphony II power management system
- Portable, proper storage is required
- No installation is needed
- Manual with a pull cord
- Refueling is needed
What can I power?
- Select items that are plugged into an extension cord that is plugged into generator
So how does it work? The standby generator system constantly monitors utility power, when a power outage occurs the generator system automatically turns on. Symphony® II Power Management allows you to manage and prioritize the use of up to 8 high wattage appliances. It’s the smart way to direct backup power anywhere in your house, without the need for a large, expensive standby generator. When utility power returns, the Symphony® II power management transfer switch will shift your home back to utility power without you having to lift a finger. Because GE generators are smart, sophisticated, and largely automated, you are protected from the elements as your home standby system does the work.
Standby generators use either natural gas or liquid propane vapor to operate. Your generator system will utilize the fuel type that is already available in your home.