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If you’re looking for a way to keep power to your home or business during a power outage, a standby generator, also known as a whole house generator, is the way to go. Whether it’s from a strong storm, gusty winds or a downed line, a whole home generator will provide you with peace of mind knowing you can still function in your home. If you’re looking for ease-of-use, a standby generator will click on automatically once power from the street is lost. There’s no pulling the portable generator out, hooking it up and switching the power over. It’s the most hands-off approach you can take. Have a portable generator (one that you pull outside of your home)? A transfer switch for generators can help simplify the switch over.
Panel Upgrades / Service Changes
Are you wondering if your electrical panel needs to be replaced or upgraded? Typically your electrical panel should be replaced about every 25 to 40 years. If you still have fuses, versus circuit breakers, those can be a fire hazard. If you notice water damage or corrosion in your electrical panel, then you should call a licensed electrician to evaluate it further. Thinking you need an upgrade? Whether you are remodeling your home or putting on an addition, adding air conditioning or an EV (electrical vehicle) charger, you may need to consider upgrading your electrical service/panel to account for additional technology and demand within your home or business.
Electric vehicle sales are on the rise. If you recently purchased an electric vehicle and need an EV charger installed in your home, here are a few things to note. There are different levels of EV chargers depending on how quickly you want your vehicle to charge.
Level 1 charging is when you use the charger included with your car that can be plugged into a standard 120 volt outlet, charging about 4 miles of RPH (Range Per Hour).
A Level 2 charger is sold separately and should be installed by a licensed electrician. Level 2 chargers require a 240V outlet, adding about 25 miles of RPH. If you’re interested in learning about options like smart home EV chargers where you can monitor, control and automate, TruPros can help!
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