Losing your power during a storm or blackout is not simply an inconvenience, but can be expensive as well. Factoring in the lost productivity, comfort as well as not being able to cook, clean or keep food fresh, it can be far more costly to go without one than to install one.
The Summer Blackout: Could You Ride One Out?
A summer blackout may not be as dangerous as one in the winter,but it still poses hazards to your health and comfort, especially during the hotter weather of recent years. Preparing beforehand for a power outage may be the best way to get through the period, especially if it lasts a few hours or more.
Options In Standby Generators Give You Precisely What You Need When The Power Goes Out
Electrical power outages are a big problem these days — a roughly $80 billion-per-year problem, according to one government study. You might think that our advances in technology would be making blackouts less common, but the opposite is actually the case: the increasing number of electronic gadgets in each home puts more strain on our electric transmission grid, while the …