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  • Writer's pictureCheryl Nelson

Stay Ahead of Power Outages this Hurricane Season {GENERAC}

In 2023, there were 28 separate billion-dollar disasters in the U.S. - a new record! Hurricane season officially starts on June 1st, and this hurricane season is forecast to be ACTIVE.


I teamed up with Generac to do a #satellitemediatour in Atlanta.

Now is the time to prepare.


- Know your risk.


- Have a family-communicated plan.


- Build a disaster preparedness kit.


- Have a source of back-up power.


Don’t wait until a storm is approaching to run to the store to gather supplies. Building a kit now, and investing in a generator to power a home can be a lifesaver.


Power outages amid disasters are a serious problem, so if you can afford a generator, it makes sense to get one.


#Generac Home Standby Generators can power the entire home or essential appliances – like HVACs. They are permanently connected to your home’s electrical system and start automatically when power is lost. Home standby generators provide peace of mind in an outage, ensuring the power stays on in your home, whether you’re home or away.


Both home standby and portable generators offer reliable sources of electricity to keep key systems operating at home during an outage. Generac offers several options designed to meet your specific power needs and budget.


To ensure your safety, the Generac GP6500 COsense automatically shuts off if carbon-monoxide reaches a dangerous level. But remember, portable generators, like this one should always be operated outdoors and at least 20 feet from the home’s doors, windows and vents.


For information about backup power during hurricane season, contact your local Generac dealer or visit www.Generac.com

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