Regardless of what is powering your home (electric, gas, solar), a primary system can fail at any moment. When a system failure occurs, both the safety and the comfort of your family are compromised, as well as the potential for other systems to fail and food spoilage.
Everybody has experienced a power failure at some point and understands how frustrating it can be. Typically, the power comes back on within an hour and the experience isn’t such a big deal. The problem, however, is it can be scary not knowing when or if the power is coming back on soon. If you get caught at a period when your phone and computer’s batteries are dead, you have no communications to find out what is going on. If you have children, elderly or disabled people living with you, a power outage can be especially dangerous. A backup generator can keep your home powered up and your mind at ease by assuring your comfort during a power outage.
With the hurricane season quickly approaching, you may be worried about what you are going to do if you experience a power outage as a result of a storm. Although eating by candlelight is romantic when done voluntarily, it’s less appealing when you are forced to do so because you lack power.