Living in Upstate New York comes with harsh cold winters, snow and ice storms. Isaac Heating and Air Conditioning has been your trusted source for heating for more than 77 years. We’ve been right there with you during our biggest winter storms!
When your home loses power, it can be very stressful on your family members. One of the best things you can do to protect your family in this situation is to invest in a standby generator. When the power to your home fails, the standby generator kicks on. You will have very little time without power.
As you speak with an Isaac project manager about your standby generator choices, you will be able to discuss the benefits to whole home standby generators versus using specific circuits. This allows you to choose which pieces of equipment in your home are essential during a power outage. You can also discuss smart transfer options that allow you to also use non-essential items during an extended power outage at your home.
Here are some reasons why you should consider installing a standby generator in your home.
- Prevent damage caused by frozen pipes.
- Keep your sump pump running to prevent a flooded basement.
- Prevent the loss of your refrigerator and freezer contents.
- Ensure power is running to the devices in your home you need the most, such as medical equipment.
- Keep your furnace on and your family warm.
When you purchase and/or service your home’s standby generator with Isaac, you have access to our GoldCare Club membership. With this service, you’ll receive an annual cleaning and safety inspection for your generator.
“My advice to a client who is considering purchasing a standby generator is that it will provide comfort to your family and also eliminate unexpected costs if your power goes out for an extended period of time,” says Domenic DeLeo, Vice President of Residential Operations at Isaac.
If you’re a homeowner, consider installing a standby generator. There is no better feeling than having power during a winter storm.
By Nicholas Kolb. He is the marketing intern for Isaac Heating & Air Conditioning.