Propane Generators for McLean, VA Homes

What size propane generators in McLean, VA will work best for my home?

It depends. The needs of each family differ. Some families want all their appliances to operate during a storm. Others just want to run some of them. A family with children and teens has different needs than a home with just adults.

Homes come in a range of sizes and configurations. This has an impact on what size generator will work best for you. A one-size-fits-all approach just doesn’t work with propane generators in McLean, VA.

That’s why here at Pullin Electric, we offer a free, in-home assessment. An expert in generators will come out to your home and answer your questions. He will check out your house, help you choose a good location for the generator and provide you with a written estimate.

The assessment is entirely free and totally without obligation. At Pullin Electric, we want you to have all the information you need to make an informed decision.

We suggest you call Pullin Electric today to schedule a free, no-obligation, in-home assessment for propane generators in McLean, VA.

How long do these generators last?

According to the experts at Generac, one of the top-of-the-line brands we are proud to carry, their generators are engineered to work for 4 decades. That’s a lot of power! As a rule of thumb, here at Pullin Electric, we say that with proper upkeep, our generators will reliably operate for 25 years.

What if something goes wrong?

Pullin Electric maintains and services all of our generators 24/7. We stand behind all of our work. We have a reputation for reliability and customer service that we’re proud of.

I have a portable generator. Isn’t that good enough?

It depends on what you want in terms of convenience and reliability. Here are 4 differences between a portable and house backup propane generators in McLean, VA:

  • No cords with a house backup model. Portable units need you to run cords all through the house. There is always the danger of tripping over them. But a house model delivers power through your home’s electric panel.
  • No fuel cans to worry about with the backup model. Instead of keeping a portable generator running with a constant supply of fuel from cans, it is all done automatically. The house generator hooks up to your home’s regular fuel supply.
  • House-full of power with backup models. These units are big and powerful, able to handle refrigerators, freezers, lights, heat and air conditioning, electronics and security devices.
  • Automatic turn on with backup models. Modern generators go on within seconds of detecting a power outage. You need to fuel portable units and turn them on to get them to operate.