Generator Services in St. Charles
Quality Generator Installations in St. Louis
While most Americans are familiar with the frequent, short-term outages caused by severe weather, did you know that the average U.S. household will experience a prolonged power outage of at least 9 hours each year? What’s more, these prolonged outages are expected to become more severe due to the aging infrastructure of America’s power grid. To secure your appliances from these dangerous events, you should consider a generator installation.
J. Bathe Electric Co. is certified to install more than one dozen models of home standby generators that will quietly protect your home and family with an immediate, automatic, reliable response to power failure. They range from 7 kilowatt units to keep the lights and furnace on for a small bungalow and 75 kilowatt units to power everything, including computers, security systems, and air conditioning in homes as large as 20,000+ square feet. Let our dedicated technicians help protect your family from the dangers and inconveniences of prolonged power outages through our stupendous generator services in St. Charles.
Speak to us now at (636) 306-3977 to discover how you can benefit from having a secure form of backup power in St. Louis.
Choose the Right Generator for Your Property
There are multiple types of generators which you may want to consider for your home. Each system has its own pros and cons, which should be discussed in detail with a knowledgeable electrician.
The kinds of generators which are especially popular in Missouri include:
Whole Home Generators
Depending on how many devices and appliances you have, you may benefit more from a whole-home generator. For example, if you have several larger appliances, like refrigerators, freezers, monitors, televisions, medical devices, and valuable HVAC equipment, it would not be enough to just have a small, portable generator. On the other hand, if you are only looking to protect a few devices, a portable generator or even an inverter might be perfect for your purposes, as well as your budget. Before you make your final decision, always discuss the positives and negatives with an experienced technician, like our professionals at J. Bathe Electric Co.
What is the Quietest Generator?
When you need a generator for your home, noise level is something to consider. Many people are bothered by loud sounds in the background of their lives. Fortunately, there are a variety of quiet generators on the market today. The best choice for your home will depend on your specific needs and budget.
If you're looking for a quiet generator that won't break the bank, you might need a portable option. Most portable generators come with sound-dampening features that help to keep the noise level down. Inverter generators create the least noise of all portable versions.
If you need a more powerful option, consider a standby generator. These permanently installed units can provide enough power to run your entire household in the event of an outage, and they all typically run very quietly.
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The Benefits of Having a Generator at Your Home
The clearest advantage of having a dedicated generator is that you will have a reliable source of power, even during some of the worst outages. Since Missouri faces its full share of rainstorms, lightning, wind, hail, and hurricanes, a generator is essential for protection against the elements. However, there are other benefits as well. For example, have you noticed that you are forced to pay higher charges for using energy during certain peak times? Residents are charged demanding fees if they use electricity in the day when everyone wants to use them simultaneously. If you depend on a generator for power during these peak hours, however, you can save a lot of money.