January 9, 2020
We’ve compiled some advice to help you get the most out of your next generator. Read the tips below to learn some suggestions for choosing a reliable, safe, and affordable generator to power your Southeastern Massachusetts home.
Choose a Reputable MA Home Comfort Provider
Getting a generator from a supplier you trust is essential to having faith in your home comfort equipment. If you can’t trust your HVAC technician’s credibility, how can you trust that you’ll have power after the lights go out? Choosing a tried-and-true HVAC service company who offers 24/7 emergency support is the only suitable decision when it comes to Cape Cod home comfort.
Find Your Fuel Source of Choice
We recommend heating oil generators, because they offer an affordable, reliable source of efficient power for your home. If you already use fuel oil for your furnace, boiler, water heater, or other appliances, we can easily hook up an emergency generator to your existing fuel supply.
Consider the Size of Your MA Home
Our HVAC technicians can expertly determine the best generator for you depending on the size of your home, your heating and cooling preferences, and your location on the Cape. Contact our experts today to learn more about the reliable brand options you have (such as Generac® and Honeywell®) and learn which option would be the best choice for your MA home and family.
Get a Free Quote on a Falmouth Generator
Did you know that Falmouth Energy offers free quotes on our top-notch home comfort equipment, including emergency backup generators? Click here to get in touch and request a consultation and estimate on your emergency backup generator. We look forward to assisting you with your generator installation.
Contact the Generator Installation Experts Today!
Falmouth Energy has been in the energy business for more than 100 years! We hire only the best energy techs and fuel delivery drivers in the Southeastern Massachusetts region to ensure we deliver top-quality service to our valued customers. Click here to become a customer today.