Why Great Falls, VA Homeowners Prefer Generac Generators

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Generac was founded in 1959 and since that time has been focused primarily on power generation and is the leader in home backup power. Generac generators are the preferred choice of 7 out of 10 homeowners who purchase home generators. Generac generators are sold by over 5,000 dealers such as Pullin Electric. At Pullin Electric, we provide sales assistance, installation as well as service and parts for your Generac home backup generator.

We provide homeowners with a free in-home assessment by a licensed and trained installer. At that time, you will be given a written estimate for the cost of the Generac home generator and all installation costs. You are under no obligation to purchase anything from us. Many homeowners in Great Falls, VA come to Pullin Electric for our 35 years of experience and because we sell a superior product like Generac. Our customers know they can rely on for their home backup power system to do the job when an emergency strikes.

Why Generac?

  • Built in the U.S.A.
  • Free in-home assessment.
  • Quiet and fuel efficient operation.
  • Runs on natural gas or LP fuel.
  • Generac Guardian Series generators come with a 5-year manufacturer’s warranty. A 5, 7, or 10 year extended warranty is also available.
  • 24/7 emergency service for our standby generator customers.
  • Automatic backup, always protected even when not at home.

With power outages occurring more frequently and lasting longer, homeowners in Great Falls, VA are investing into Generac generators for their home and family’s protection. Generac generators are built tough and are reliable for the long haul.

The Generac OHVI® Engine is built to withstand extended run times for those occasions when our customers in Great Falls, VA have been without utility power for days and weeks at one time. These engines ensure our generators are reliable in these extreme conditions providing our customers continued and uninterrupted use of their lights, refrigerators, freezers, heating and air conditioning units and whatever other appliances they have chosen to have power supplied to depending on the size of the unit installed.