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Power Outage? Why Your Generator Will Make You the Envy of Your Neighbors

Last updated 6 years ago

Sometimes a power outage can be fun. You get to light candles, use flashlights, and rediscover ways to entertain yourself without electricity. Unfortunately, that fun doesn't last long before you have the need to prepare a meal, have a drink of water, or flush the toilet. 

A power outage can be a real inconvenience. Outages lasting many hours or even days, can cause some major problems if you aren’t prepared for such an occurrence. And what better way to be prepared than with your own generator?

What a Generator Can do for You

Most times there is little to no warning and we find ourselves inadequately prepared. Those are probably the scariest times to be without power, especially when there is no indication of when service will be restored.

 When you have our company install a custom generator in your house, you gain a great sense of security. You know that no matter what the weather brings or what issues the local utility has, you’ll be warm, your food will stay cold, and you’ll retain the use of your plumbing.

You may want to keep your new generator a secret, however, or you may also gain a house full of “guests” who are seeking relief from the break in service. Seriously, though, your new generator from Bishop Plumbing will make your home a safe haven for your family…and whoever else you choose to share it with.

If you’ve been thinking about adding a generator to your home, then give us a call here at Bishop Plumbing. Our plumbers will assess the size and needs of your home to discover which generator is best for your home. In no time, you could be enjoying the security of guaranteed electricity, no matter what. Give us a call today.

 

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