Electricity has become an essential part of today’s life and many of us cannot function well without it. However, every now and then, we experience power outage without warnings. Situations and circumstances beyond our control like extreme weather conditions, an accident, equipment malfunction, software malfunction to mention just a few are often responsible. This have caused many, many people to relay on power generators for backup electric power for their homes and businesses.
Power generators are of varying types: 3-Phase Generators, Portable Generators, Emergency Generators, Inverter Generators, RV Portable Generators, Professional Portable Generators, CARB Compliance Generators, Clean Power Generators, Quite Generators, Remote Start Generators, and Solar Power Generators.
Each of these types comes in various sizes, power outputs and aside from the solar generator, which obviously from its name is powered by solar energy, run on different fuel types which can either be gasoline, diesel, natural gas, propane, with some being dual fuel or tri fuel.
The amount of power required, determines the size and type of power generator you choose. A small portable gas generator will put out enough power to run refrigerator, freezer, small home appliances, or essential medical equipment but might not be enough to run your whole house, office, warehouse, or anything requiring large amount of power.
Portable generators are a great source of power wherever you need it; in emergencies, outdoors, at home, you name it.