The ability of backup power systems to deliver energy when the power has gone out is one that is invaluable if you find yourself in such a situation. We look forward to providing that peace of mind for our customers.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 11, 2011
ElectricMan Inc. is now providing a backup power system known as the Indoor Generator™ for small business, residential, and commercial applications with solutions designed to fit any power supply need. An Indoor Generator can provide power during outages due to natural disasters, weather, or any other reason people may find themselves without power, and removes the customer's dependence on noisy generators that require gasoline and produce carbon monoxide.
Indoor Generators are also 100 percent manufactured within the USA. This not only ensures the purchase of a quality product, but also helps support the American economy and keeps U.S. workers employed.
The Big Freeze in February of this year was an unforgettable one for anyone living in Dallas. Not only were the temperatures frigid, but some people were left without electricity for hours or more at a time. Approximately 1.3 million residents were affected by these blackouts.
“The ability of backup power systems to deliver energy when the power has gone out is one that is invaluable if you find yourself in such a situation,” said Nick Schaeffer, owner of ElectricMan, Inc. “We look forward to providing that peace of mind for our customers.”
The Dallas Electrician, ElectricMan Inc., is qualified to install units in both homes and businesses for the convenience of residents and business owners in the Dallas area.
About ElectricMan Inc.
ElectricMan Inc. is a licensed Dallas and Plano electrician serving the DFW area with 27 years of experience in electrical repair and installation, offering fast 24-hour service for residential and commercial needs. ElectricMan Inc. is now offering state-of-the-art backup power systems that exceed current emergency power standards while also providing a homeowner or business owner with the ability to have multiple options for emergency power, as well as the option to switch to the most efficient power supply available during normal usage to reduce energy costs in the long run.