Propane for Generators

One of the most stressful things you can experience is losing power during a bad storm at your South Shore home. Wondering what you can do to help protect your family and property? Feel more secure at home every season—with a backup generator. Did you know your backup generator can be powered by the same fuel that heats your home? If you use propane for any of your energy appliances, adding a standby generator is quick and easy.


Worry Less with a Standby Generator

High winds, flash flooding, downed power lines—it can all happen at any moment. When your power supply is knocked out suddenly, there are endless variables to worry about: food spoilage, how to prepare full meals for your family, keeping rooms at a safe and comfortable temperature, which electronics are charged, and so on. With a backup generator already installed and ready to go to work, your power restores in seconds so you can enjoy nearly uninterrupted comfort, safety, and peace of mind.


Be Prepared for the Next Storm

Don’t wait until the next bout of severe weather arrives. In order to take advantage of the many benefits a home generator offers during the next storm, it’s necessary to have the system already installed by a licensed professional. That’s where we come in. By arranging for your installation in advance at a time that works for your schedule, you’ll be better prepared for unexpected blackouts and you’ll actually save money on your service!

A home backup generator delivers power directly to your home’s electrical system, backing up your entire home or just the most essential items. Get in touch with Pilgrim Propane to learn how you can install a generator at your home.