Keep Life Going


How long could you go without essentials in life such as heating, cooling and lights?

Our lives run on electricity and with todays lifestyle, we are in ever-greater jeopardy. The demand for power is getting stronger and our outdated electric power infrastructure is getting weaker, causing power outages to occur more frequently than ever and lasting longer, with devastating effects. Protect your home and family with a Generac automatic whole-home standby generator and keep life going without disruption. Between 2016-2018 there were 594 power outages affecting over 5 million households in North Carolina. Causes ranging from hurricanes and thunderstorms to ice and even vehicle collisions. Folks on average suffer for up to 8 days without power each year. A permanently installed whole-home standby generator protects your home automatically, while you relax safely indoors. A whole-home standby generator will sit outside just like a central air conditioning unit. You will get power delivered directly to your home’s electrical system, backing up your entire home or just the most essential items when the dreadful power outage strikes. A Generac whole-home standby generator will bring you peace of mind no matter the season or situation.

What are you missing without power?

Refrigeration/freezer for food and medicines


Air conditioning

Lighting – inside and outside

Clean water for drinking and bathing

Sump pump

Contact with the outside world; Internet, cell phone chargers, TV, radio and more

Washing and drying clothes

Security system

Garage door opener


Medical equipment

Charging power tools for use during the emergency and post-outage cleanup

Monetary loss from temporary relocation, hotel costs, dining out, property damage, etc.

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In just one power outage, your generator could pay for itself in savings!

How It Works

Your whole-home standby generator comes on automatically when your power goes out. It’s as simple as that! The generator system consists of a generator and transfer switch. Just like your HVAC system, the generator sits outside of your home. The transfer switch is located next to the main breaker box, and in some cases replaces it entirely. You can depend on your generator to back you up, hassle free.

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