getafirstlife.com
4 Factors to Consider When Placing Your Generator - Get a First Life
Power failures happen and they won’t be kind enough to give you a heads up before it happens. If you’re not prepared for a power outage, then you are only prepared to sit in the dark and pray for the utility company to come to your aid quickly. That doesn’t just mean your lights are out, it means that your appliances, HVAC systems and any devices you may have are out of commission- or will be once their battery dies. However, before you get around to installing a standby generator on your property, you’ll want to consider the following placement…