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3 Common Types of Generators

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Most people have some familiarity with generators, but far less know there are different types of generators to suit separate purposes. Generators are a wonderful way to restore power to a home, business, or RV when the power is out and can allow for power to be generated in areas that are otherwise off the grid. The experts at American Generators Sales & Service offer the following explanation of the 3 most common types of generators.

  1. Industrial - Industrial generators vary in size and come in very handy when traditional power is no longer available to a business.  These generators can ensure that lights stay on and machines continue to work to increase safety and productivity during power outages.  
  2. Mobile/RV - These types of generators can be relied upon to provide steady power in your home away from home.  Mobile/RV generators are used to power lights and appliances in your RV, which allows users to enjoy all of the comforts of home in even the most remote areas.
  3. Residential - Residential generators are typically used as back-up sources of power in the event that the power goes out because of a storm or other unexpected event.  Residential generators vary in size and capability.  Smaller ones might be used to operate a few lights and maybe a small furnace, while larger residential generators have the capability of providing enough power to keep all lights and appliances functioning when traditional power sources are unavailable.  

American Generators Sales & Service offers an extensive variety of the 3 common generators and provides outstanding service to those in need of generator repair services.  The trusted and helpful staff can help homeowners, RV owners, and business owners determine the type of generator that will meet their needs without breaking the bank.  Contact the professionals at American Generators Sales & Service today to learn more!

 

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