Is a Generator Worth It? A Checklist
You or someone in your house works remotely at least some of the time
You or someone in your house participates in online schooling
You or someone in your house requires medical equipment that relies on electricity, like a ventilator.
Your water supply comes from a well. In this case, your fresh water supply will be severely limited in a blackout.
You want to avoid losing perishable food in a blackout
You want to avoid going without air conditioning for extended periods of time
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A record of great customer reviews both on the company’s website and on third-party platforms like Yelp
Discernment as a quality dealer from a trusted source (for example, GenerX Generators is a “Premier Dealer,” which is the highest distinction a dealer can receive from Generac).
A track record of diligence and responsiveness in emergency situations. It’s important to know that you’ll be taken care of after your generator is installed, not just before.
Deciding on whether or not to get a generator for your house can feel difficult. Is it worth the investment? How can you justify the purchase when you don’t know if and when any hurricanes will even strike in the foreseeable future? Is it really so bad to go without...
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"Mark Costis and the Generx team keep my whole house powered in case of city power outages. They have the greatest service and excellent products. With a full tank of propane (250 gallons) I can run my whole house for at least a week. Thanks Mark! A Generx Generator was a great investment!"
"Irma would've been an even bigger nightmare without our generator--it's officially my new favorite thing, and I'm grateful for the work you're doing in the Tampa Bay area."