Power outages can be a problem for residential homes or a disaster for businesses that need power to function. Keep the lights on and your business running.
Power failures don’t occur at the most convenient times. Whether it’s a thunderstorm, damaging winds, or the peak of summer, you may experience power interruptions from time to time. Coastal Refrigeration Corp. offers a variety of affordable Generac Standby Generators to keep the power on when you most need it.
We have a variety of residential backup generators designed and built to handle the energy demands of any size home. Whether you are at home or away, these units protect with an immediate, powerful response to any utility outage. Count of CRC to get you and your family prepared for power failures.
What are the Main Benefits of a Standby Generator?
There are generators available that allow you to plug a few important appliances into them during an outage, such as a refrigerator to keep food cold and fresh. However, that can take some effort on your part every time a power outage happens. With a standby generator, you won’t have to do anything on your own. A standby generator will automatically start within seconds of a power loss and protect you and your home 24/7.
Since the generator will be hooked directly into your main electric panel, it will have direct access to all the power in your house. You’ll never have to run an extension cord through a window or door again. Your Generac home natural gas generator safely delivers power right to your home’s electrical panel.
What’s Involved in Installing a Generator in New Jersey?
Installing a home backup generator can be a nightmare if you try to do-it-yourself or select the wrong installer, leaving it up to you to submit your own zoning forms & permits; fill out complex forms to see if your gas meter can handle the new generator; wait around to receive delivery of the generator; and chase down the electrician, plumber and township inspectors.
Installing a natural gas generator is an exciting time, but as you can see, it takes a lot of work. To make things easier for you, we’ll process all of your permits and register your generator with the natural gas company. Once approved, we’ll deliver the generator, prepare the installation site, and install the concrete pad. Next, we’ll run the natural gas line, install the transfer switch, and make all of the connections. We’ll make sure that your generator installation passes all of the township inspections, and is ready to do its job when the power goes out.
How Do You Choose the Right Generator?
Do your best to understand your back up needs. For example, do you want the whole house on the generator or just certain circuits that will allow you to power important things in your home such as refrigeration, heating, and cooling? If you are running a business, you’ll likely need the location to be fully operational even in the case of a power outage and you’ll need a more substantial generator to account for that.
If you’re unsure exactly what type of generator you should be getting for your home or business, don’t worry. The team at CRC can help you figure out exactly what you need for your specific situation.
How Much Does a Generator Cost to Install?
Installation costs for generators will vary significantly depending on the size of your home or business location due to the ease/difficulty of installing your fuel source (propane or natural gas). It is always worth having a professional survey the location before moving forward with a generator installation so you can get a proper quote.
Contact Coastal Refrigeration Today
Take charge of your power situation. Call us today to discuss the standby generator system that fits your needs. We serve Monmouth, Ocean, and Middlesex County, NJ.