Step 1

Your Home

Postal Code

How Big Is Your Home?

Step 2

SELECT YOUR POWER NEEDS

Choose what your power needs are from the list below or select whole house if you want everything to run at the same time during a power outage.

How would you like to manage your power?

Ensure that your entire home is backed up. Enjoy the comforts of home as if the power never went out.

Your estimated power needs:

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Selecting whole house provides a backup generator recommendation based on your home’s size and corresponding outlets and lighting requirements and assumes natural gas appliances in the baseline calculation. If your home is an all electric home and includes electric appliances like an electric range, electric clothes dryer, electric water heater, etc. You can add these items below to accurately reflect your home’s specific backup power needs.

The Essentials

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Step 3

EMAIL US YOUR CUSTOMIZED RESULTS

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    This calculator is intended for estimating purposes only. Once we receive your “generator sizing calculation”, an authorized dealer will analyze your specific requirements, and they will reach out to you. They will proceed to set up a FREE In-Home Site Survey to assist you with the exact generator selection and purchase.

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    Based on your location and selections

    INSTALLATION IS ESTIMATED AT ABOUT: Varies, Based On Your Location, Selections, Material, and Labor.

    Step 3

    HOW MUCH WILL

    INSTALLATION COST?

    Every home is different, and so is every installation. The placement of the generator, the amount of materials required, and the installation of the natural gas or LP fuel source all make estimating installation costs unique. Remember, each installation is different and unique.  It depends on the size of your house, your location, materials, labor, and what essentials that you want to be powered up when your power does go out.  All these different variables will factor into the cost of your installation. A simple installation might cost about $2,000-$2500, but it can be more than that depending on all the aforementioned above. The best way to know for sure is to get a free in-home assessment. They will listen to your needs, assess your home, and give you a detailed quote. All at no charge, with no obligation, and no pressure. (Note: installation cost estimate shown does not include taxes and permits.)