Any type of home installation service is going to include at least a minor degree of inconvenience. Although this is true, having a new generator installed doesn’t have to be a hassle. With a little bit of prep, you can better know what to expect from your generator installation.
What is the square footage of your home? Your technician will need this information to best advise you on the recommended specifications for your new generator.
In total, the whole process can take a few weeks to complete. You’ll want to anticipate two or three onsite visits from your technician over the course of two to three weeks. Of course, some projects move a little faster or slower depending on each customer’s unique situation and factors such as:
You will need to find and coordinate with your preferred gas company depending on whether you’re setting up natural gas or propane gas service. Swaim Electric is licensed and certified to install new gas lines; this means one company, Swaim Electric Heating and Air Conditioning, can handle everything except starting a new gas service.
Most generator installations require a brief interruption in your power service. You should only need to plan on 2-3 hours without power.
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