Now is the Best Time to Purchase a Generator for your Home!

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August 13, 2019
Now is the Best Time to Purchase a Generator for your Home! 
The thought of a natural disaster can be frightening! Think of the recent tornadoes on Cape Cod – we pray that those who experienced loss of property
will recover quickly.
You can prepare now for the unexpected … Consider purchasing a generator for your home in the event of a loss of power … and save $500 by acting now!
The phone is ringing off the hook at Nashoba Air & BoilerWorks with folks setting appointments for us to come out to install a Generac Whole-House Generator. At Nashoba Air & BoilerWorks, we ensure all Massachusetts installation codes are followed to the letter when we install a whole-house generator:
1.   The generator must be installed at least 1.5 feet from the house and 10 feet from all windows and doors.
2.   The generator is placed on top of a pre-cast concrete pad that is supported by compacted gravel.
3.   The generator is secured to the pad with four stainless steel bolts.
4.    A licensed gas fitter will connect a natural-gas line to the generator.
5.    A meter upgrade may be required.
6.   A licensed electrician will run a line-voltage cable to the generator.
7.   The generator will be tested by turning it on every two weeks and running it for about 20 minutes.
8.    A transfer switch will be installed beside the electrical meter to send electricity into the house when the power goes out and the generator kicks on.
9.    A diagnostic signal will be sent via the Internet to the homeowner and electrician.
Generac Generator automatically powers your heat, sump pump and major appliances like your fridge and oven within 10 seconds of a power outage. AND … it will avoid summer brown-outs that often leave you without air conditioning … just when you need it most!
Purchase and install a 16kW or 20kW Generac Generator before October 31, 2019 and we’ll take $500 off the price! Call 978-486-0600 today and ask about our line of Generac Generators so you can make sure when the next power outage occurs, your home is the one with the lights on.