Backup Generators for Granite Bay, CA
Power outages can cause much more of a problem than simply not having light, so make sure that your home or business is protected. Bonney Generac brand standby backup generators will ensure that nothing gets turned off during a blackout or power disruption. Call today for an estimate.
There is no benefit to the power going out. It can be a big hassle, including causing problems like spoiled food or missed alarms. Bonney Plumbing, Heating, and Air will install a backup generator in your home or business to make sure that the building is protected against a sudden loss of power.
The electricians at Bonney are fully licensed and certified to provide you with the best backup power generator solution for your building. You can trust that you will be protected when a Bonney electrician is on the job.
Power outages and blackouts in California are unfortunately a common occurrence, so make sure you are not left in the dark. Some outages only last a few minutes, while others can last for hours. The longer it goes, the more potential for problems there is.
Impacts of Power Loss
- No air conditioning
- No heat
- No water for those on properties with wells
- Freezer food thaws
- Refrigerator food spoils
- No way to charge phones or devices
- Computer systems shut down
- TVs and game consoles don’t work
- Appliances cannot be used
What is a Standby Backup Generator?
A standby backup generator is not like a portable generator. It has a transfer switch that will activate the unit automatically when it senses that there has been a loss of power to the building. It will then run and power everything in the home while there is an outage. When the power is restored, the unit will then shut down and wait for the next time. You will not have a disruption in your power and will not experience any inconveniences because of it.
Propane and natural gas are used to fuel generators, so as long as the unit is filled to the proper levels, it will help keep the lights on. Unlike portable generators, a standby generator turns on automatically so that you do not have to make any effort to turn it on. A standby generator can also perform a self-test to make sure that everything is functioning as it should.
Backup Generator Maintenance and Repair
Bonney Plumbing, Heating, and Air has been operating in Granite Bay and the areas that surround it for many years. There is no better place for residents of the area to call for maintenance and repair services for their backup generator. The experienced electricians at Bonney will perform extensive inspections and maintenance protocols to keep everything in top shape. This means that the air filters will be clean, and the connections and load banks will be tested. If your unit needs a repair, we can often have someone come to your door, assess the situation, provide you an estimate, and fix your problem all in the same day. Call Bonney if you need help with your generator.
We Carry Generac and Other Generator Models
It surprises many people just how wide the array of options is for generator products. At Bonney Plumbing, Heating, and Air we offer the Generac brand, which is at the top of the industry. Some of the Generac products we have available are:
- PowerPact 7.5kW home backup generator with 8-circuit transfer switch
- Guardian 9kW home backup generator with 16-circuit transfer switch WiFi enabled
- Guardian 11kW home backup generator with 16-circuit transfer switch WiFi enabled
- Guardian 16kW home backup generator with whole-house switch WiFi enabled
- Guardian 20kW home backup generator with whole-house switch WiFi enabled
- Guardian 3-phase 20kW automatic standby generator
- Guardian 22kW home backup generator with whole house transfer switch WiFi enabled
- QT Series 70KW-150kW home backup generators
We also carry and install backup generators designed for businesses.
The Best Backup Generator Company in Granite Bay
Five-star service is always the goal with Bonney Plumbing, Heating, and Air. Call one of our representatives today to talk about how we can serve your generator needs in Northern and Central California.