Generators produce an enormous amount of heat when they operate. So they require a built-in cooling system to protect the engine from damage and assure your safety. Without a cooling system, the generator breaks down and, worse, can start a fire. When you use the generator to heat your home or run your appliances, the […]
“I endorse Generac because generators are their primary business – it’s what they do best,” says Tobias Sommer, president of Generators for Sale. “H. Kohler, Briggs and everyone else make engines, toilets and other things, so their primary purpose isn’t generating power.” Generac has made home generators since 1959. After 60 years, it’s the largest […]
Teaching the future generations a valuable life-long skill The latest available statistics, provided by EMSI, show that 53% of the skilled labor workforce are over the age of 45, and more than 18 percent are at or nearing retirement age. This leaves the United States facing a potential shortage of skilled trades workers. Our Apprentice […]
Like any engine, a generator requires maintenance. Even if your generator is little used, you must maintain it to assure it functions properly. Your generator is a backup system, which means you don’t know when you will need it. But an emergency is the wrong time to discover any problems.
Temperatures in the Midwest hit record lows in the beginning of last year. Omaha’s previous record low was in 1884, but in January of 2018, the temperature dipped to minus 15 degrees. The forecast for the coming week is for temperatures 16 degrees below zero in the Omaha area. That would break last year’s record. While extreme, […]
The purchase a home generator is rarely an impulse. There’s a good reason why. Most buyers do so to ensure security for them and their families. They want to protect themselves if the power goes out. This type of commitment is not always at the forefront of those who “shoot from the hip.” “A typical […]