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Hurricane Season is Here. Are You Prepared?

In recent news from Gas Equipment Co.:

According to research conducted in the Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University, this year’s hurricane season forecast has the potential to be  an all-time high storm season.

If your power goes out, don’t be left in the dark. Learn from past hurricane seasons and how you can safely equip your family or business with a propane-powered generator.

For your home, having a generator can keep your home lit, warm, perishable foods safe and in overall harmony until the electricity can be restored.

For your business, the loss of power, even if temporarily, can mean thousands of dollars in lost revenue to your business. Security systems go down, refrigerated goods spoil, customers are turned away. All of this can be easily avoided.

From Generac‘s website:
During a utility power outage, an automatic standby generator provides numerous advantages over a portable generator:

The American Red Cross recommends permanently installed standby generators as a safer way to provide backup power to a home than a portable generator.

  • With an automatic standby generator properly installed outside, your home is protected from deadly carbon monoxide poisoning that is a much greater risk with portable generators.
  • Running on the home’s LP fuel supply, it is less expensive to run than gasoline and does not need to be refilled.
  • They start automatically within seconds of a power outage, and eliminate the need to haul a portable generator outside or run extension cords throughout your home.
  • They provide protection 24/7, whether you’re home or away, and they turn themselves off when utility power returns, so there is no need to monitor the unit during an outage.

You can’t control the weather but you can control how prepared you are for it. Learn more about the New Generation of Generators. Be informed, be prepared and beat the storm.




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