The only safe way to add a generator in your house is to have the upgrade services done by a licensed residential or commercial electrical specialist.
- When the generator is hooked up directly to your home, you won’t have any doubt about losing power while in storms or inclement weather.
I got in touch with an electrical corporation near me. The electrical corporation had licensed electricians finally working for the repair service. They were glad to book me an appointment. They sent a residential electrical services specialist to speak with me about the many types of generators that were available. The guy spent about 45 minutes talking with me and going through the brochures for all of the many types of equipment. I must admit I did not realize there were so many units available for my home. The electrician explained everything well and by the end of the conversation I was ready to hire the electrical contracting services business to input a generator that would run my whole home. It was expensive to have the generator installed. I knew that it was a one-time fee. Once the generator was installed and the fees were paid, I was going to be able to have that generator for years, decades even. Next year, I won’t have to be sad about any of the summertime storms or hurricane season. There could be 100 mph winds that knock down every power line on the grid. I will still have electricity in my house to power the fridge, freezer, and any unit I need to use.