Many Say They Won’t Lose Power, But Sever Storms Say Otherwise
Losing power in your home is always a stressful situation. It can be a chore, but also a danger in some ways. If you have a sump-pump and you lose your home’s power, this means the pump won’t be working. During a severe thunderstorm, this can cause overflow of water and flooding can occur in the basement. You won’t be able to cook food, refrigerate your food, or stay warm during the colder months.
Severe storms occur frequently in many parts of the country, which means it’s always better to be prepared for the worst.
How Can I Reduce Problems During Severe Storms?
Severe storms, whether that would be thunderstorms, tropical, or even hurricanes are bound to happen. If you live in the southern part of the United States, your chances of experiencing tropical storms and hurricanes increases, so it’s essential that you prepare for these events. Reducing problems that can arise with these storms is very important, and one way to do that is to invest in a home backup generator from GenTech Generators.
How Can a Backup Generator Help?
- Quick & Efficient Power
- Provide Power to Your Entire Home
- Prevents Electrical Damage
- Can Reduce Insurance Rates
- Comfort and Safety During Storms
Storm Preparation is Key to Reducing Damage
Every year, it’s also important to check in on your home for any problems with the roof, foundation, and gutters. These things can make or break when it comes to possible damages or problems arising during severe storms. Check on any cracks in the foundation, make sure your roof is durable, and clear out your gutters of debris.
The other preparation work has to do with your backup generator. It’s important to make sure your backup generator is in working condition. Start up your backup generator, and make sure it’s hooked up to your home. Check early on before any hurricane season or severe weather warnings. This can save you time, as well as pin-point issues with your backup generator if there are any.
Contact GenTech Generators at 301-365-4226 today or visit us online for more information!