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How To Ensure You Get The Best CT Residential Generator
By: Patti Dinneen
Power failures can be a real hassle—and downright dangerous—if you and your family are not prepared. Consider this: blackouts disable heating and air-conditioning systems, freezers, refrigerators, water pumps and lighting, so if a power outage lasts for any extended duration, your home can become quite uncomfortable. Without a generator to keep the heat running, water pipes may freeze and burst, the food in your freezer may thaw and spoil, or your sump pump may fail, flooding your basement. Any of these events can quickly become expensive for the average CT homeowner.
A backup emergency generator offers several advantages for CT residents:
What characteristics or specifications should I be looking for in a CT residential generator?
How do I correctly size a generator for my home?
The most efficient and most simple way to determine your needs is to envision your home without power. What would your family miss or require during an extensive power outage. Remember that some outages will only be a few hours; however, some could last for days or weeks. Once you know what is essential for your home, contact us for a free home power needs assessment. If you are still unclear of how to size your generator, you can get started with this helpful link.
Kinsley Power Systems
Kinsley Power Systems has sold, serviced and rented emergency power systems throughout the Northeastern United States for nearly 50 years. A repeat KOHLER Power Systems “Distributor of the Year,” Kinsley serves both residential and industrial generator markets with products ranging from 8.5kW residential systems to multiple megawatt commercial packages.
Kinsley is committed to providing 24/7 support in times crisis and can also custom-tailor preventive maintenance programs to ensure there are no disruptions in power. With one of the largest fleets of rentals in the Northeast, Kinsley excels at expediting mobile power up to 2000kW and related equipment for emergency use, planned outages and prime power applications. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin.
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