If your power goes out, your generator goes on - automatically. It’s really that simple.
An automatic standby generator works by monitoring utility voltage 24/7. When your electricity is interrupted, the generator detects the problem and goes to work. The automatic transfer switch safely disconnects the utility line power (or lack thereof) and transfers to generator power. Power is simultaneously restored within seconds. Once the utility is restored, the generator returns to stand by mode.
Because the weather in Michigan is wild sometimes, you should prepare for the possibility of occasionally losing power. Power by CEI (a divison of Control Electric, Inc) serves in and around Grand Rapids and recommends installing a home standby generator to ensure that you and your family always have a back-up source of power Major generator suppliers recommend that automatic standby power systems be installed by an authorized dealers. When you work with Control Electric’s authorized services, you can be assured that all local, state and national electrical codes will be followed, as well as national plumbing codes when making all fuel line connections. The result will be a safe, reliable installation you can count on when the power goes out. Call us today for a free quote.
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