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Whether you run a business, use sensitive medical equipment at home or simply want the peace of mind of never losing power, a standby generator might be the best purchase you ever make. Investing in a standby generator is like paying for insurance against being left in the cold and dark. Whatever your reason for investing in a standby generator, when the whole neighborhood loses power, you’ll be patting yourself on the back until the power comes back for being prepared.

Standby generators are appliances permanently installed near your home or business and are connected directly to the electrical panel. They are powered either by natural gas or liquid propane and contain an internal transfer switch that will automatically start the backup power the minute normal electrical service is interrupted. Given their intricate nature, it is extremely important that you get a professional to set it up and maintain it. After all, what’s the point of investing in a standby generator if you can’t depend on it in times of need?

If you are committed to getting a standby generator, trust Andee's Electric LLC’s electricians to make sure you are getting one that’s guaranteed to work. When home and business owners in the area take shopping for and installing a standby generator into their own hands, it is very common that they purchase one that’s ill-equipped to give them the energy that they need. Or, worse, it’s even more likely that they incorrectly install the generator, creating a serious safety hazard rather than safety net.

When you let Andee's Electric LLC’s licensed and insured electricians come by your home or business to conduct a load assessment, we can make sure that you get the standby generator that’s capable of supporting all your energy demands and you’ll never have to worry about whether or not it’ll work because we are the area’s foremost standby generator experts. Give us a call today to arrange for your load assessment.

Why a Standby Generator is Better Than a Portable Generator

There are plenty of home and business owners in the area that don’t see a difference between these two types of generators. All they see is the price of a portable generator and think that’s good enough for them. Here’s the thing though, portable generators are a temporary solution at best. Standby generators, because they are automatically connected to home’s electrical system and are powered by either natural gas or propane, they provide a seamless transition of power.

A portable generator, meanwhile, requires home and business owners to get the generator out and manually connect it to their electrical system via a transfer switch or cord connect. And since portable generators run on regular gasoline, it will need to be refueled regularly and there is the possibility that it causes carbon monoxide to fill the space you’re occupying.

For reliable power in a time of need, standby generators are worth the price.


As a homeowner, you are tasked with the responsibility of overseeing your home’s safety, comfort, and functionality. That’s why it helps if you are always prepared for the unexpected. When the lights or power goes out in your home, the last thing you want to do is wait. Each moment that your electricity is out, the less safe and secure your home becomes. Keep area power failures from being an issue by purchasing a stand by generator you can depend on.


When homeowners want to purchase generators or to have their units serviced, they contact Andee's Electric LLC. We provide repair and maintenance services to keep your generator in great working condition. We also sell and rent a wide variety of quality generators and power solutions for you to use to power your home or office. We can help you keep the lights and power on when you need them most, especially during storms, rolling blackouts, and other critical situations.

Benefits of owning a generator include:

  • Increased safety
  • Convenience
  • Great backup power supply
  • Prevents appliances from shorting out from power outages
  • Prevents food spoilage
  • Increases home and property value

You can’t predict weather or when your electricity is going to go out. You shouldn’t leave yourself or your family at a disadvantage that affects their safety and comfort. You also can’t deny the convenience and affordability that a generator provides. By choosing a stand by generator that can power your whole home with ease, you give your family the security they need to enjoy optimal comfort and peace of mind when the power goes out everywhere else.


One of the best ways to figure out what sort of generator you need is to picture your home without power. What are the electrical appliances you will need if you have to go without power for a few days?

Some basics that you should take account of:

  • Heating and cooling system
  • Refrigerator and freezer
  • Oven and stove
  • Microwave
  • Water heater
  • Sump pump
  • Television
  • Router
  • Some electrical sockets to charge cell phones
  • Lighting
  • Washer and dryer
  • Security system
  • Garage door opener
These are just some of the basics that you should consider when deciding what your stand by generator will need to power. You can research your needs online to find out the power needed for each or there is often a sticker on the machine itself with the information. Once you have the number check to see that you have a generator that covers the total amount of energy you may need. It is recommended to get a generator with a little more power than is necessary.

Alternatively, our technicians can analyze the power usage in your home and provide you with an accurate account of the type of generator that is best for you.


Let us provide you with the backup power you need to power your home or business. We can access your situation and provide you with affordable generator solutions that fit your budget and power needs. Contact Andee's Electric LLC and let our generator experts enhance your home’s value, functionality, comfort, and security today.

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If you have any questions about residential or commercial standby generators, don’t hesitate to give Andee's Electric LLC a call today.

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