Power your home even when the power is out

If you live in an area with frequent storms or outages, you can avoid the headache of no power by installing a generator on your property. Home backup generators keep your home powered in case of a power outage. Home generator is permanently installed outside of your home and connects directly to your home’s wiring. It runs on either natural gas or liquid propane and if you lose power, your generator will automatically turn on. You can designate which parts of your home you want to power, such as the heat or certain appliances.
A free assessment can help you determine which generator fits your needs. NRG partners with Live Wire Electric (NY and NJ only) to provide expert electrical advice. They are licensed professional electricians and can help you find the right solution for your home. They also specialize in troubleshooting existing electrical wiring, appliance repairs, lighting repairs, and providing emergency electrical repairs. Plus, Live Wire provides free, virtual assessments for your home.


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