Mr. Electric Recommends Generators to Protect Homes and Businesses from Power Outages

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With storms come power outages, and with power outages come a need for generators and generator maintenance.

Frustrations continued to mount in the neighborhood pockets without electricity, as temperatures reach into the 90s. With storms come power outages, and with power outages come a need for generators and generator maintenance.

Due to the many storms forming in the Atlantic this hurricane season, Mr. Electric strongly recommends generators to keep consumers prepared for any storm that may head their way.

There are many things that need to be considered before purchasing a generator or maintaining a current one. There is a variety of types of generator to fit many different consumers’ needs.

Mr. Electric Corporate president, Jeff Meyers said, "Before setting up an appointment with a certified electrician, such as Mr. Electric, it is important to be able to answer key questions. Does the generator run on natural gas or propane? Will it need to provide power for electric heat? Where is the electric panel located? And finally, what is the square footage of the building in which it is located?

Generators will keep homes and businesses in the clear, even with storm clouds overhead. Regularly scheduled maintenance is one of the most important steps that anyone can take to help ensure the long life of a generator. Expect the unexpected and by preparing today things will run more smoothly the next time a storm comes through.

Mr. Electric is an electrical service and repair company with over 150 franchises, specializing in both commercial and residential installations and upgrades. For more information on generators or to schedule a home inspection, please contact your local Mr. Electric.

About Mr. Electric®:
Established in 1994, Mr. Electric is a global franchise organization providing electrical installation and repair services. Recognized by Entrepreneur magazine among its “Franchise 500,” Mr. Electric franchisees provide these services to both residential and commercial customers at almost 200 locations worldwide. Mr. Electric is a subsidiary of The Dwyer Group, Inc. For further information or to find the location nearest you, visit © 2012 Mr. Electric Corp.


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