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Home Generator Installation and Maintenance in Norman, OK

Installing a home generator will protect you from power loss during a storm or other event interrupting electric service. If you live in an area that experiences extreme temperatures or frequent storms, a generator can provide the power supply you need for lights, heating and cooling, refrigeration, and more until your power is turned back on. A whole home generator or standby generator can also provide power for medical equipment and expensive electronics. At Mr. Electric of Norman, we specialize in home generator installation in Norman, OK. We can help you decide on the right type of generator for your home and provide generator installation, service, and maintenance. Call us today to find out how much it costs to install a home generator in your home.

Home Generator Installation and Maintenance in Norman, OK
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  • A home generator is an appliance that provides power to your home when there is a power outage, or you don’t have access to the main electrical grid. Various home generators are available, from portable generators to standby or whole home generators. The type you choose will depend on how much power you need, how large your home is, what fuel you want to use, and how you will use your generator. Portable generators can be moved around easily to provide electricity anywhere. They are typically fueled by gasoline, and you can plug electronics, appliances, and equipment directly into the generator. A standby or whole home generator is permanently installed and wired into your home’s electrical panel. When the power goes out, it triggers a switch on the electrical panel that transfers your home’s power source to your generator. Standby generators are fueled by propane or natural gas.

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Choosing the Right Generator for Your Home

Our experienced electrical service technicians can help you determine which type of generator is right for your home. We specialize in whole-home generator installation and home backup generator installation. There are a few major factors you should consider when choosing a generator:

  • Your Power Needs – What type of electronic equipment and appliances do you need to power during a power outage? Do you have medical equipment or expensive electronics that can’t lose power? Do you need to ensure your home has heating and cooling in extreme temperatures or storms? A portable generator is fine if you only want to power a few appliances at once. You will need a whole home generator if you want to power large appliances like an HVAC system or medical equipment.
  • Fuel Source – Most generators are fueled by gasoline, natural gas, or propane. You will need to evaluate which fuel source is most cost-effective and easiest to get in your area.
  • Budget – The larger the generator, the more it will cost. Standby or whole home generators are more expensive, but they can power your entire home and switch on automatically during a power outage.
  • With an increase in strong storms and natural disasters and an aging power grid, it’s more and more likely that your home will suffer from a power outage at least once in the next year. If that power outage lasts more than a few hours, you will need to worry about the food in your refrigerator and freezer going bad, lack of hot water, inability to cook, no heating and cooling, and no way to charge your phone. Installing a home generator will protect you from the inconvenience and safety issues associated with power outages. A generator can provide the power you need until power is restored, which can take days or even weeks. Home generators can be used for power outages associated with:

    • Extreme storms
    • Natural disasters
    • Car accidents involving power poles
    • Animal damage to power equipment
    • Construction damage or damage due to excavation or digging that affects power
    • Blackouts and brownouts

    Your home generator can power your heating and cooling system, electronics, lights, refrigerator, stove and oven, water heater, and medical equipment so that you and your family stay safe and comfortable until the power outage is resolved.

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