The start of Atlantic Hurricane Season 2021 is less than a month away, but severe weather can strike at any moment this time of year in North Carolina—and with that severe weather can come potentially dangerous power outages.
One of the best ways to reduce the impact of severe weather is to install a whole house, propane-powered backup generator—an integral piece of home comfort equipment designed to give you peace of mind.
Powered by propane and connected to your home’s electrical and HVAC equipment, a backup generator looks like the outdoor compressor unit of your central AC. The generator powers up automatically within seconds after the start of an outage, allowing a seamless transition to backup power.
Today’s backup generators do much more than simply keep the lights on. Depending on the size and capacity of the unit, a propane whole house generator could:
Just remember: hooking up a standby propane generator is a job for licensed professionals with expertise in plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems, along with local, regional, and federal flood, noise, gas, and electrical codes. If you need that expert work done, contact Thomas Brothers Oil & Propane today!
Be prepared for severe spring weather with professional propane generator hook-ups and reliable propane deliveries in Alamance, Caswell, Orange, Person & Rockingham Counties in North Carolina, and Pittsylvania & Nottaway in Virginia.