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What Will You Do When the Power’s Out? Keep Your Family Safe with a Generac Generator

We’re no strangers to power outages in our area, and when the power is out, you might not have the resources to keep your family members safe and comfortable. Oftentimes, there are babies or elderly residents in the home who really cannot go on without a working heater or air conditioner. This means you might have to vacate the home, and you pay for alternative shelter along with some important supplies.

The Risk of an Outage

A power outage can happen when you least expect it. It could be a risk to your health and your safety. A short period without light can be dangerous if someone attempts to walk down the stairs or cook or light a fire. Food safety is also a concern, but you use a lot of money by throwing out foods that may have gone bad in the refrigerator as well.

There is a potential risk of electrical shock when the power turns back on. And you should be very careful in severe weather. When it’s too cold, there is a risk of hypothermia and illness. When it’s too hot, you could be at risk for heat stroke. Investing in a generator removes these risks and unexpected financial burdens.

Generac Generators

Generac generator are known to be some of the best you can buy. This widely recognized brand is known for durability and performance whenever you need it. In fact, Generac has whole-house generators that turn on automatically soon after your power goes out.

Just seconds after the lights go out, the automatic transfer switch changes over to gas power or an alternative fuel source. Your entire home can come back to life, and you don’t have to worry about seeking alternative shelter, paying for spoiled groceries, or any of the other disappointments and safety hazards that your neighbors may be faced with.

ACI Northwest is here to help with your home comfort needs or concerns in Coeur d’Alene. Please do not hesitate to contact us for helpful advice.

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