Stay safe and comfortable during a power outage with a whole home generator. A whole home generator installed by Air & Electrical Services is a great way to keep your home powered during a power outage. Whether it’s a winter storm, a summer heat wave, or a natural disaster, a generator can help you keep your lights on, your food cold, and your family safe.
There are many different types of residential generators available, so it’s important to choose the right one for your needs. If you have a small home, a portable generator may be sufficient. If you have a larger home or need to power more appliances, you’ll need a standby generator. If you have a portable generator, it is important to make connections to your home safely.
Portable Generator Tip: Never run a generator inside or in a garage and store your portable generator without fuel.
Keep your home safe and powered by your portable generator during a power outage with a generator power inlet and panel interlock kit installation. A residential panel interlock kit is a safety device that allows you to connect a portable generator to your home’s electrical panel safely. Interlock kits prevent backfeeding, which is when power from the generator flows back into the utility power lines. Backfeeding can damage the power lines and injure utility workers.
There are hundreds of different interlock kits available for panels. Air & Electrical Services will inspect your panel and order the appropriate interlock kit that is specifically made for your panel.
With a residential panel interlock kit, you can stay safe and comfortable during a power outage. So don’t wait, get your interlock kit scheduled today from Air & Electrical Services!