The generator will be sized for the electrical load it will be carrying. The dimensions of your home does not matter unless we are sizing for whole-house transfer, nor does the size of the electrical service feeding your home.
You need to determine what types of equipment you need to run during an outage. The only way to determine what you need is to have Whole House Generators CT provide you with a complimentary site survey so they can recommend a suitable solution that will meet your needs.
In a part of a site study, your Project Manager will create an Inventory Report to determine gas supply availability.
Once we know your current gas meter model, a Project Manager will take inventory of all gas-fueled appliances on your property. The process is usually straightforward and inexpensive for the homeowner.
As with all other industries, it is valid for the generator sector as well. If you were searching for the lowest price, we strongly advise you not to call Whole House Generators CT.
Our company is the only authorized dealer that offers complete customer satisfaction, long-term commitment, trained and certified generator repair technicians, and the assurance that your generator will start during the most crucial time for you and your family.
We can provide generator installation services in Connecticut. Click here for more info on our service areas.
If you are outside this region, please go to https://www.generac.com/dealer-locator.
At Whole House Generators CT, you are dealing with one company. Our team focuses on only standby power generation.
Whole House Generators CT can provide all aspects of your generator installation from start to finish, including your initial site survey and design, reviewing and approving your standby solution, as well as working on the day of installation.
Code regulations require propane regulators and tanks to be installed and set by licensed propane vendors. If you are a propane customer, we will coordinate with your local provider and coordinate their scope of work.