We can install any type of generator system
Manual transfer generator
6 circuit, 8 circuit, 10 circuit flush or surface
When the power goes out You plug in the generator and start it than
switch the power from utility to generator. When the power come back on
you switch the power back to utility and than turn off the generator and
unplug it. When setting up a 6,8 or 10 circuit you must make a choice of
what circuits you want to run on the generator. To run a well circuit you
may have to have a 120/240 generator.
You have a choice between having an outlet on the generator
transfer or at a remote location like the garage or outside at the meter
Custom extension cord.
The cord is assembled to match your generator outlet and the
transfer outlet. If you have a transfer outlet installed in your garage
you will need an extension cord long enough to place the generator
Whole house transfer switch.
You can run the whole house from a manual transfer switch if it is
large enough for your service feeders. You generator also must be large
enough to handle the load of the house.
Automatic transfer generator
10 circuit to all house generator systems
When the power goes out the generator automatically starts and
transfers power. When the power comes back on the power transfers
automatically and the generator shuts down. Most systems will do automatic
starts to make sure that it is always ready. The best choice is natural
gas or propane.