Our team can recommend the right size generator for your needs. In order to recommend the proper size for your needs, is important to evaluate multiple aspects including the square footage of your home and electrical demands that will be placed on the generator. Complete the information below and we can provide a customized estimate.
Basic Power Option
If you just want to power those “essential” appliances during a power outage, a 10-12 kw generator may be sufficient for minimal power. We can help you determine a sufficient size for your home with an on-site estimate.
Standard Power Option
If you’d like to power more than the essentials, but don’t need to use all of your appliances at the same time, an 16-20 kw generator might be best. Contact us for an on-site estimate and we will help you determine the right size for your home.
Complete Power Option
A 20-24 kw generator can restore power to every appliance in your home as if an outage never happened. For those who prefer a total, disruption-free solution, we can determine the ideal size for your home during an on-site estimate.
If you only need limited power or certain appliances to continue running in the event of a power outage, then we can size your custom backup power solution to your needs. Common items that our customers typically NEED power for include heating and cooling equipment, sump pumps, and food storage appliances. Select your “must-have” appliances and how many of each to get an estimate of your backup power needs.
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Just as every home is different, so is every generator installation. Factors like the placement of the unit, required materials, and installation of natural gas or propane fuel sources can all impact the total installation cost. The best way to get a more accurate picture of how much a new home generator installation will cost, is to get a quote from PM Tech. Our experts are happy to assist you in finding the right backup power solution for your needs. No charge. No obligation. No pressure.
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