Hurricane season is in full swing. Are you ready in case of a prolonged power outage? You probably already know how important it is to have a backup generator in case of an emergency, but can you use a portable generator to run the important appliances in your home? Yes! That is where a generator
Hurricane season is here again in Southwest Florida, which means it’s time to prepare! From high winds to flooding, hurricanes can be destructive and dangerous to your house and HVAC system, so make sure to take a few preventative measures to minimize the chances of hurricane damage. Follow these five tips from our
If you have never experienced a prolonged power outage, you can count yourself lucky—especially living here in hurricane-prone Florida! When the power goes out harsh temperatures can make every minute inside your home uncomfortable. Not to mention endanger children, senior adults, and pets. The good news? You can avoid the inconveniences of a power
If you have ever experienced an extended power outage during a storm or utility equipment failure, you know that it can be extremely uncomfortable. Around here, you never know if the power will be out for hours or even days. A permanent backup generator can supply your home with temporary power to keep your family preoccupied – we mean, comfortable – until the power comes back on.