Here’s 5 things you need to know:
“I’m retired now and I couldn’t help feeling that I was married to the house in the winter time. I couldn’t take a vacation or go away.
If the power went out for an extended period, you can do a lot of damage in the house.
So to protect the house, so that I could come and go as I pleased, I wanted the generator there. I wanted to know that my home was going to be safe whether I was there or not.”
We don’t compete on price with our service. We’re not the cheapest on the block and we don’t try to be. That’s because we offer a premium service and we know it’s something that’s very hard to find in the Hudson Valley.
So, if you’re just looking for the lowest possible price for a generator installation, there are a lot of unqualified electricians dabbling in generator sales that will be happy to take your money.
We know, because we clean up after these guys all the time.
During big storms, we get our share of emergency calls from desperate homeowners with generator problems. They’re calling us because the the contractor who installed their generator can’t be reached or couldn’t deliver.
We do try to help everyone, but our existing customers always come first.
“They’ve been very honest, fair and reliable... a pleasure to work with... .
Once we had a huge storm and the generator didn’t kick on and I called them on an emergency basis. They managed to get here in 45 minutes in very dangerous conditions.
They rectified the situation which had nothing to do with the generator. The propane tank had emptied and caused an air bubble in the line. But they fixed it… to be so responsive in the middle of a storm was pretty impressive!”
In New York State, installing a permanent home generator is considered a capital improvement, so you will not pay any sales tax on your generator installation. Plus, we’ll fill out all the necessary capital improvement paperwork for you...
And some insurance companies may even give you a discount on your homeowner’s policy when your house is protected by a permanent generator (check with your insurance carrier.)