Of course, you’re saying, right. Let me ask a few questions. Do you own a standby generator? Are you prepared to be without power for 12 hours? 24 hours? What if the power was out for a week in the dead of winter, or the middle of summer. Do have the ability to heat or cool your house? What about those refrigerators or freezers that have hundreds of dollars of meat and produce stored in them…will they survive without power?
Of course, I’m being very blunt about this but the fact is, most Americans rely heavily on electricity, and if you think I’m crazy, flip the main breaker off for a week and when you can’t take it anymore, come back to this article and keep reading. It’s time to get prepared, your family is relying on you to keep them safe and living a comfortable life, right? A standby generator does take a few bucks to get set up and running, but the advantages usually far outway the disadvantages.
Let’s Compare the advantages and disadvantages for a moment:
Advantages of a Standby Generator
Disadvantages of a Standby Generator
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