Propane Standby Generators – Your Lifeline After the Storm

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Do you like to be stuck in the dark? Are you ready for that expensive food to spoil?  Do you lose your cool without AC? Need power for medical devices? How is your family going to charge their phones!?!

These are all legit questions that will run through your mind if you lose power.

Did you know that the U.S. Department of Energy recorded more than 3,600 major power interruptions nationwide in 2014? And the frequency of outages is increasing every year! Officially, the Atlantic hurricane season starts on June 1 and runs until November 30 – so we’re nowhere close to out of the woods yet.

With a propane standby generator provided by Liberty Gas, your family can resume living life as normal while the neighbors scour the junk drawer for candles and flashlights. Why not provide your family greater comfort, security, and safety with a propane standby generator?

Generators Are Quick To Start

It only takes a generator about 10 seconds to start automatically after a main power interruption. 

Propane Won’t Degrade

Propane is the perfect standby generator fuel. Unlike gasoline or diesel, propane won’t degrade over time, so when the power goes out, your generator will start automatically every time.

“Be Very, Very Quiet” – Elmer Fudd

Most standby propane generators produce as little as 60 decibels of noise — think the volume level of a normal conversation. It’s possible you may not even realize your neighborhood has lost power.

A Variety of Sizes to Fit Your Need

Propane standby generators are manufactured in a multitude of sizes and capacities. Liberty Gas can help you choose one perfect for the needs of your family.

Plenty of Dependable Power

A 7kW standby generator supplied by a 250-gallon propane tank can provide enough electricity to power your home for up to five days.

If you have any questions about storm preparedness and potential power solutions, please contact your trusted team here at Liberty Gas (631.288.0902).

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