November 17, 2014
It’s no secret that New Jersey sees its fair share of storms. This is especially true during late fall, as tropical storms and nor’easters can rage with reckless abandon and often without a great deal of warning. As a result, power outages are common with untamed storms.
For a lot of people, dealing with a power outage means either lighting a bunch of candles or going over to a neighbor’s place, neither of which is a particularly great option. Fortunately, there are other solutions to dealing with power outages, one of which is purchasing a Honeywell generator.
Why a Generator?
There are plenty of reasons why installing a generator can be beneficial for New Jersey residents.
- Heat Production: For one, it will help to ensure that the heat doesn’t kick-off. No need to worry about hiding underneath a bunch of blankets if it’s cold outside. Or the pipes freezing.
- Food Storage: A generator can also help to keep your refrigerator from failing. Anyone who has ever lost a great deal of food to a refrigerator that has turned off unexpectedly knows how terrible a feeling it can be, and having a generator on your side can keep this from happening.
- Functioning Water Pump: A generator can keep your water pump from shutting off (not to mention keep indoor air quality from deteriorating), and it’s no wonder why more and more New Jersey residents are taking this route as generators continue to drop in price.
Let Tom Rostron Company Help You Choose the Perfect Generator
As one might expect, there are a variety of things that need to be taken into consideration when considering the right generator. Tom Rostron Company can help you to determine which size generator you need for your home and offers 24 hour EMERGENCY support should anything go wrong. Being locally-based, Tom Rostron Company is also well-aware of the plight of winter in New Jersey, offering an attention to detail that is difficult to find elsewhere.
For more information on how you and your family can benefit from a Honeywell Generator, contact Tom Rostron Company today.