Spring and summer are volatile weather months in the Midwest. One minute you’re sipping iced tea by the pool, and the next you are running for cover as a storm rolls in. These storms can be severe and can often leave homes without power. This year, don’t be stuck without electricity from a summer storm when temperatures reach 90 degrees. A home generator
from the trusted team at Allied Services, Inc.,
can give you peace of mind during power outages by providing a continuous flow of power. Generators are an investment similar to an insurance policy; you never know if you’re going to need them, but if you do, you’ll be glad you invested because the benefits far outweigh the costs.
Delivers Power Safely and Quickly
No need to wait around wondering when the power company will get the lights back on. Your home generator will be set up to automatically engage when the power goes out. You can have enough power to use lights, televisions, computers, and other appliances.
Allows Homeowners to Heat and Cool Their Homes
and cooling is probably the most important reason to invest in a home generator. Getting stuck with no heat in the winter or AC
in the summer can be miserable and dangerous for you and your family. Keep your family safe and comfortable by investing in a generator that can keep your heating and cooling systems running in any condition.
Gives Peace of Mind During an Emergency or Natural Disaster
When a natural disaster strikes, you and your family will have access to phones, water, and medical equipment thanks to your backup generator. With so many unknowns that come with power outages, you can have peace of mind knowing that your basic needs can be met in your home.
At Allied Services, Inc., we offer generators in a variety of sizes and types. Power the whole house or just a couple essential rooms. Is a propane generator or natural gas right for you? Our team of experts can help assess your situation and find the generator that will meet your needs. Contact us
, or give us a call at (937) 836-5191
to learn more about purchasing and installing backup home generators or a whole-house generator to keep your family comfortable and safe when the electricity goes out.