Meyers Electric furnishes and installs generators and transfer switches for emergency back up during thunderstorms, snow and ice storms, power outages, or any other utility outage.
We make sure each generator is designed and tailored to fit the purpose it is to serve. We can help you to create a backup power system for your home that would include a generator and manual transfer switch that is easy on anyone’s budget. This system would generate enough power for a refrigerator, sump pump, furnace fan, and a few lights.
You can have the convenience of your own on site personal power plant that will supply electricity to the majority of your house. These all-weather appliances are installed outside and wired through an automatic transfer switch to the main electrical panel. When the power goes out, there is a slight delay of 15-20 seconds, then the generator automatically kicks on – whether you are home or not – and continues running until the power is restored.
We provide and install generators. Generators are power plants that run on natural gas or propane and can supply electricity to the majority of your house depending on the size.
Small generators may be great for certain situations, but they generally do not provide enough power for anything substantial. Emergency generators for home use should be capable of supplying at least 6000 watts of useable electricity in order to be effective. This will allow the generator to power a few important appliances such as your refrigerator and television, but will not be strong enough to power everything in the home.
If you want to be able to provide power to your entire home during a power outage, a large standby generator is highly recommended. These machines are normally connected directly to your home’s electrical system and are switched on when the power goes down.
We will help with:
Sizing a generator for your needs (wattage, voltage, capacity, fuel type, efficiency, noise level, speed, & hook-up needed)
Standby – For use in the home or office and also available for commercial & industrial needs
Maintenance of an existing system
Upgrades and service
Home Standby Generators
The Cummins QuietConnectTM Series offers a wide range of powerful backup solutions for many sized homes, designed specifically for its quiet and powerful performance. The compact design and sleek aesthetics allow the generator to blend in to any yard. Cummins home standby generators are backed by an industry leading warranty and nearly 100 years of Cummins expertise powering lives from backing up hospitals and data centers to powering trucks, boats and RVs. Cummins – powering your life.
Designed to be extremely quiet and neighborhood friendly
Built in remote monitoring means you can control your generator from anywhere
Intelligent load management so you don't have to make choices on which circuits you power
Flexible exercise mode to suit your preference and reduces unnecessary fuel consumption, emissions and noise
Compact and aesthetically pleasing design blends into your landscape
Can be installed as close as 18" from your home
Fuel type - Natural Gas, LP
The perfect choice for your home or small business, providing security and confidence that you can weather any storm without losing critical power. For more on our home standby generators, give us a call.
Onan Generators (2.5-9.5kW)
Portable Genset, 2.5kW peak power and 2.2kW running power
Portable Genset, 4.5kW peak power and 3.7kW running power
Portable Genset. Dual Fuel Gasoline: 9.5kW peak power and 7.5kW running power
Standby Generators for Businesses by Cummins
An investment in standby power is an investment in ensuring your business continuity. Almost every small business will suffer a potentially costly power outage some day, but you can do something to prevent those losses now. Safeguard your business from the increasing number and severity of costly power outages with Cummins.
Serious power outages are a part of modern life. During the most recent five-year period, these outages increased by 58%. It doesn’t take much, and the cost is enormous: tens of billions of dollars in lost revenue by commercial businesses each year, with a median loss for small businesses of $12,500 per day.
There are lots of reasons to invest:
Increasing demands on an aging power grid
Human error by utility employees
An errant backhoe on a construction project
Wildlife in a nearby transformer
Out-of-pocket losses are bad enough. But there are other costs that are harder to measure:
Transaction data that was not backed up
Employees who are unable to work
Perishable goods that quickly turn to garbage and must end up in the dumpster
Compromised security systems
Loss of customers to competition