How To Connect Your Portable Generator To Your House
Has your home been subjected to an emergency power outage from a severe storm or other event? Even rolling
black-outs can be a serious problem for some areas as local power plants experience usage overloads or unexpected
shut-downs. During black-outs groceries requiring refrigeration can go bad in a matter of hours.
During winter months pipes can freeze and heat for your family's safety can be a real problem. Portable
generators can help safe-guard your home and your family by providing electrical power to necessary appliances, TV
and radio, heaters and more. One way to accomplish this is to install an emergency power panel that will safely
allow you to transfer your home's electrical circuits over to generator power with the flip of a switch.
The new emergency circuits can be customized to transfer the generator's electrical output to essential devices
such as a microwave, refrigerator, select lighting, TV, etc. This convenient circuit panel will allow your family
to stay safe during any electrical black-out or emergency situation. In this video demonstration you can see how an
emergency circuit panel works with a standard portable generator during a black-out.
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