Winter storms seem to get worse every year, and so do the power outages that can follow them. With the risk of a downed power grid rising, more people are turning to propane whole house generators for back-up power peace of mind.
We have already talked about the many benefits of a propane backup generator on this blog (it can literally be a lifesaver for your family, powering home medical equipment and keeping the heat on when winter is at its fiercest), but those benefits only matter if your generator is ready to go at a moment’s notice – something that can be a challenge during a cold snap unless you take some sensible precautions.
Here are three things you should do to prepare your propane standby generator to work during the winter months:
Advanced Propane: there when you need us most, just like your propane generator should be. Contact us today learn more about propane backup generators and propane generator maintenance – or to get a propane delivery before severe winter weather arrives here in Middle Tennessee or Southern Kentucky.