Residential Generac Generators
As a homeowner, you never know when the next storm or emergency is going to happen. But you can plan ahead, and you can protect your power so that you can ride out any emergency while keeping your family and loved ones safe and sound.
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We’re NE Ohio’s leading independent Generac dealer in Ohio, and we’ll assist you at every stage of the process. From choosing the perfectly sized and powered residential backup generator to handling all of the logistics, planning, installation, and service. We’ll get you and your home quickly and smoothly set up, backed up, and protected. Contact one of our generator pros today for a free assessment and estimate.
There’s a solution for everyone’s needs and preferences, as well as price ranges and home sizes. We offer three main types of residential backup generator systems, although each has limitless options:
Essential Circuit Coverage
Choose a specific number and location of circuits and the appliances, electronics or lights they power based on the size of the generator.
Managed Whole House Coverage
Get the entire house backed up with a managed power solution which cycles nonessential circuits off & on based upon essential circuit power usage
Complete Whole House Coverage
Enough power to keep every circuit in the home fully functional at all times.
Standby Generator Maintenance
It's not uncommon for a standby generator to have a lifespan that ranges from 2,000 to over 15,000 hours. If you think about it, backup generators are typically used as little as 30 hours each year (based on typical 5-15 minute cycles each weak and assuming no outages during the year), but can be used as much as 100-300 hours per year depending on the number of outages. Regardless, your backup generator should have a great lifespan that can last 20-30+ years! However, your generator is no different than the family car. It needs an annual inspection, regular oil changes (annually), battery replacement every 4-6 years, new air filter(s) every 2-5 years, sparkplugs every 2-3 years, etc. Newer units also require firmware updates, regular adjustments and load test regularly. Not maintaining your generator, you are definitely setting yourself up for potential problems. Call to day for offers, and let us Protect Your Power.