What is Home Power Backup?
Home Power Backup provides the full security and flexibility of being able to keep the lights and power on at your home in the event of a power outage.
Most generators serve a dual purpose of emergency backup power and are in the 4000-6000 watt range that also double as a great jobsite generator where power may not be available. Sure, this will work great for running lights, a refrigerator, and a microwave but the hassle will lie with running extension cords and choosing which items to power when and monitoring constantly to assure you don’t overload the Generator.
DuroMax Generators are designed with Home Power Backup in mind. They offer some of the largest power producing models currently in the market that feature the capability of using one cord to power your whole house. These models range from 10,000 to 15,000 watts and feature both a 240 Volt capability, as well as a 50 Amp connection that can power not only the fridge, microwave, and lights but also large equipment such as multiple central air conditioners* (when used with soft start), gas water heats and even gas furnaces. Depending on the time of they year maybe you need to run your electric furnace or hot water from your electric water heater is more important, then the DuroMax can handle these loads as well with the right load management.
DuroMax Home Power Backup removes the bulky, permanent standby generator installation and provides the same features in a portable, wheeled package. This is great for anyone that needs the option of using a Generator in multiple places or for those with a smaller yard that don’t want to lose that much real estate.
Yes! As the nations power grid ages and deteriorates power outages are more and more of a common occurrence regardless of where you live. From tornadoes and winter storms all the way to summertime wildfires, you can never be too prepared for the power to go out. Your family will thank you and you will be able to enjoy the comforts of a fully powered home regardless of the time of the year.
Ways to Connect a Generator to Your Home
Once you have a DuroMax large wattage generator you then have the option of using a transfer switch or interlock kit to connect it to your home. A transfer switch can cost anywhere from a few hundred dollars up to a thousand dollars for parts and labor to install. An interlock kit fits on top of your home’s existing power panel and costs on average between 50 - 70 dollars.