Generators Southern Nj, Central NJ, Jersey Shore, Philadelphia, & Philadelphia Suburbs

Stand up to unpredictable weather and unforeseen outages with the most trusted name in residential standby power. When the power goes out, your Generac standby generator goes on – automatically – protecting you and your home 24/7.

Think about it. Your house is already built. You already have a customized electrical system installed by a
professional electrician. The main electrical panel is configured with circuit breakers already in place.
Why so many breakers? Simple. To protect your home from an overload.

If one circuit overloads, the whole house doesn’t shut down — just the overloaded circuit. Essential circuit standby generators operate the same way. Since small, air-cooled generators don’t generate enough power to run the house, there’s no point in supplying power to your entire electrical panel. Otherwise, you run a good risk of overloading the system.

To make things extremely simple, Generac standby generators come equipped with pre-wired automatic transfer switches. Each transfer switch has a different number of pre-wired circuits. The number of circuits vary, depending on the size of the generator. The more powerful the generator — the more circuits you can power – the more circuits you get. In addition, the circuits come in different sizes. Some are small 15-Amp (120 volt) breakers. Others are powerful 50-Amp (240 volt) breakers.