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Living in South Florida means you will have to deal with power outages due to severe weather like hurricanes and tropical storms. One of the ways in which you can protect your home or commercial property during a power outage is to install a generator. However, it’s important to make sure that you hire a reputable company that has the experience and qualifications to ensure your generator is reliable and efficient when the power goes out.
Florida Power House has been providing generators in Miami Gardens and the surrounding areas for over 10 years. As a trusted source, our team of experts specializes in Miami Gardens generator installation, repair, maintenance, and replacement. All of our technicians are licensed, certified, and trained in all generator services and equipment.
At Florida Power House, we provide Generac, Kohler, and Cummins generators in Miami Gardens. Our team of experts offers a variety of other Miami Gardens generator services including preventative maintenance programs, 24/7 emergency service, and repairs and replacements.
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A generator is able to sync with your electrical panel so that it is able to detect when the power goes out. Once the power goes out, the generator will sense this and automatically switch on. Once is has switched on, all of your major electrical systems will turn back on and start running as they usually would.
When it comes to the fuel type that you use in order to power a generator, there are a few options depending on what your residence or commercial property requires or allows. Some of the most common include propane gas, natural gas, and diesel fuel.
- Propane Gas: When you use propane gas for your generator, it’s usually an easy installation process that also requires minimal maintenance. Using propane allows the generator to connect directly to the main gas line and only requires you to refill the propane when levels run low.
- Natural Gas: Natural gas, of course, is an environmentally-friendly option with a rather easy installation process as well. Natural gas also allows for the generator to connect directly to the main gas line.
- Diesel Fuel: Diesel fuel is a more complicated installation process as it requires a tank to be installed under the generator where a truck can refill the fuel levels as they run low.