Power outages are a fact of life.  The consequences can be unpleasant, expensive (one severe occurrence can cost you thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars in damaged appliances and electronic systems), and even dangerous.   Consider some of the potential problems:
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  • Food spoilage
  • A flooded basement
  • Lost data and time because your computer goes down
  • Missed communications because your phone and fax are not working
  • Threat of robbery because your alarm system is not working
  • No Internet or television
  • Trying to see in the dark

The best solution is to have a standby generator system installed. Romitti designs, sells, installs and maintains backup generator systems so you will be automatically powered up in moments. You can have the power you need, for as long as you need . . .an hour, a day, a week, until the utility power returns.

What to look for in a backup home power generator

When you purchase a generator system, make sure it has the following features:

  • A generator system that is independent of date/time/year
  • Battery charger so that your backup generator system is always ready to respond
  • Microprocessor controlled automatic transfer switch to start up your power generator, even when no one is home
  • Built-in time delay for smooth transition from backup generator back to utility power
  • Exerciser function to keep the power generator unit in ideal condition
  • Safety shutdown