A generator creates electricity with an internal motor, and allows you to still run a variety of different devices, lights, and appliances, even when you
aren’t able to access a main power grid. In the case of a blackout, having a generator can not only ensure that you and your family aren’t left in the
dark, it can save you money by keeping your home running as it should be. That means important appliances such as the fridge and freezer keep running,
keeping food from going bad if the power stays out for an extended period. In addition, a generator can keep the lights on, so you don’t have to deal with
the fire hazard of illuminating your home with candles or lanterns.
A generator can also be a great addition in less urgent circumstances, such as a camping trip, where you might be far away from any other electricity
source. However, even on a camping trip, having the ability to keep a cell phone or satellite phone charged can be an excellent safety precaution.
Alternatively, if you are working on a construction project, a generator can be an essential item for the jobsite, as other electricity might not be wired
in yet. A portable generator can reliably keep your power tools running, and your job going smoothly.
There are multiple types of portable generators that have different fuel sources and a few pros and cons to each. The most commonly used types include
gasoline generators, propane generators, and natural gas generators. Gasoline generators are nice because of the easy availability of the fuel, which makes
it easy to take them just about anywhere. However, gas powered generators can be a bit noisy, and gasoline can be very heavy to transport if you need large
quantities of fuel. Propane generators run on propane gas, which is relatively inexpensive and has a long shelf life. Propane is clean burning, and usually
propane powered generators have a relatively low noise level. Natural gas generators are also quiet and eco-friendly with a clean burning fuel, however
natural gas is more expensive and harder to find than most other generator fuels.
Whichever sort of generator you choose, you can be sure to get the best deal on it from ATGStores.com. And with our free shipping on every product, you
don’t have to worry about how heavy it may be to ship. We make it easy to find all that’s good to keep your home or business running smoothly.
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