The interruption of power for considerably long lengths of time can occur at any time due to hurricanes, earthquakes, fires, snowfall and other natural calamities. Having emergency backup power in such situations is not only vital for hospitals and commercial establishments but also in your Greenville home to run critical appliances like lights, refrigerators, heaters and medical equipment.
There are essentially two types of Greenville generators that can be used in a crisis: portable and permanent standby generators. The main difference between the two is their output power and price.
In times of emergencies, portable generators provide the most inexpensive way of supplying back up power. Appliances are directly plugged into the generator using the recommended extension cord or alternatively are connected to the home wiring system using a transfer switch. The generators come with an electric start or a pull start and loaded with many other features including the GFCI receptacles.
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We Provide Generators Services to the Following Areas
Greenville, SC | Laurens, SC | Spartanburg, SC | Belton, SC | Easley, SC | Mauldin, SC | Fountain Inn, SC | Gray Court, SC | Simpsonville, SC | Greer, SC | Anderson, SC | Pelzer, SC | Piedmont, SC | Traveler's Rest, SC | Honea Path, SC | Taylors, SC | Williamston, SC
Why Greenville Should Hire Us for Generators
Precision Heating and Cooling, Inc. is a family owned company located in Simpsonville, SC that serves Greenville, Anderson, Laurens and Spartanburg counties. We currently offer HVAC services to your residential and light commercial Greenville air conditioning systems as well as your Greenville water heaters.
We understand our customer's day to day life because ours is the same as many of theirs. Our technicians have been working in the industry for a long time. They know how to repair units, not just replace parts, which can save you money.
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