By Katie Clarke – Marketing Associate
Year over year, our reliance on power and electricity has grown and now more than ever, between working from home, schooling from home and in general, being home much more; this reliance has sky-rocketed. Whether it be unexpected or anticipated storms and outages, don’t get caught in the dark and lease your home generator!
Considering the large upfront costs of generators, it can be a difficult choice. With leasing, the upfront cost isn’t a variable as Grand HVAC Leasing™ requires NO money down.
Your future generator has a lifespan ranging from 10-40 years and once you’re secured in a lease, you’ll be completely protected from maintenance costs, repair costs and future upgrade costs. All that’s left is worry-free™ electricity!
SIGNS TO UPGRADE
If you currently own a generator near the end of it’s lifespan, it may be hard to distinguish when it’s time to upgrade. Signs of replacing may include:
- Higher fuel costs: Are you noticing higher than usual energy bills or fuel costs?
- Trouble starting: As home backup power generators are supposed to automatically start when your power is out, have you noticed any variance with this?
- Inconsistent performance:Are you noticing your generator isn’t powering everything that it previously did?
- Emitting too much carbon monoxide: When owning a generator it’s essential to consistently monitor the carbon monoxide levels, have you noticed the amount rising?
- Consistent need of repairs:With leasing, you won’t have to worry about any repair costs!
TYPES OF GENERATORS
Two common types of generators available are Home Backup Power and Inverter generators. Your decision between the two could depend on the size of your home, your power requirements, your needs and how you’d like your power to be generated.
Grand HVAC Leasing™ is here to help you every step of the way and if you’d like to speak to a representative to help in your decision, contact us today!
In the table below we’ve highlighted key differences between both Home Standby and Inverter generators. Remember, it’s important to consider what you’d like to have power in the case of an outage and to consider surge watts in your calculations.
|Type||Cost of Unit||Cost of Installation||Lifetime||Watts Range||Maintenance Requirements||Pro|
|Home Backup Power||$3,000 – $6,000 USD||$500 – $3,000 USD||20 – 40 years||Up to 20,000 WATTS||Every 2 years/ 200 hours||– Can power a whole home|
– Turns on automatically
– Powers directly to your home electrical system ether backing up your entire home electrical requirements or to the most critical circuits
|Inverter||$500 – $4,000 USD||Free – $75 USD||20 – 30 years||Up to 7,500 WATTS||Every 50 hours+||– Varies speed to produce the power required, making it energy efficient|
When looking at all associated costs, it can be overwhelming to choose the best Generator for your household. Choose the worry-free™ option and lease with GHL!
Grand HVAC Leasing™ offers:
- Low monthly payments
- All-inclusive installation and maintenance
- 100% parts and labor costs covered
- FREE replacements and upgrades
- NO hidden fees
- Lease-to-Own program
Feel peace of mind knowing your Generator will keep your power ON!
Contact us below, call us at 1-855-754-0530 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the best Generator options for you.