Wednesday, March 3, 2021

12 Tips to Consider When Choosing a Backup Generator

 Via Rachel


The U.S. Energy Information Administration reports that it’s possible for around 145 million customers in the U.S. to go without power for an average of four hours per year. The same organization reports that even though some customers have generators to provide auxiliary power, most do not have electricity during these outages. 

Power outages are always a present threat to many consumers. Generators can come to the rescue when you lose power. Modern home backup generators can sense a power outage and turn on automatically, delivering seamless electricity.

To help you get the right generator for your needs, we have put together 12 tips you will need to consider when choosing one.

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  1. Considering that US infrastructure is rated a c- you should be looking to be more self sufficient in all areas of life.

    1. Food, bullets,platoon medical kit, and prescriptions.

  2. I've been looking at boilers and steam engines

  3. If you may be going other places rather than staying home a portable generator is better.

    A dual fuel one is better because propane does not go bad like gas does. Craigslist usually has propane tanks cheap.