In our appliance and gadget driven lifestyle we have become nearly fully dependent on electricity and our electrical grid system. Imagine spending a day without electricity for moment. It would mean no television. We have become so fully dependent on television as our main entertainment source that going without electricity could be very difficult for some people. Or imagine living without a microwave powered by electricity. It wouldn't surprise me if college students and cooking challenged folks everywhere suffered starvation due to not being able to microwave their main food source. The hot pocket. As you can see electricity is very important and we'd suffer if we didn't have it. Fortunately, there are back up solutions just in case the power goes out. With a household power generator you can never go without power. You'll have your appliances plugged in while your neighbor gets his/her power pulled during an outage.
A household power generator is like a local electric power plant - except on a much smaller scale. Instead of burning coal to turn turbines to create electricity household power generators use engines to convert gasoline, natural gas, propane, or diesel fuel into electricity. Household power generators come in two different styles. The different styles are portable and standby.
Portable generators are the most common type of household power generators. Portable generators are all about mobility and they're able to deliver electricity to remote areas that are unplugged and far away from the electrical grid. These portable generators are great for camping and tailgating. These portable household generators can also provide just enough power to run a few appliances to help you weather the storm of a power outage.
If you're a homeowner who can't stand the disruption that a power outage would bring to your life or a business owner who would be financially hurt by a prolonged power outage then a standby power generator is exactly what you need. A standby power generator has enough juice to provide electricity to your home and all of its appliances so you can go on about your day as if nothing every happened during power outage. They are basically mini emergency power plants. Standby generators are permanently mounted and is commonly fueled by either natural gas or propane. The electricity is routed into the home through an automatic transfer switch, which will automatically start or stop the generator.
If you're tired of power outages and going hours or even days without your electrical appliances then a household power generator can be your solution to staying plugged in at all times.