Generator Installation in New Brunswick

Natural Gas and Propane Generator Installation and Service

Need to install a new home backup standby generator? Contact Installer.ca to schedule an appointment with our certified technicians. Emergencies can happen when you least expect it. Make sure you and your family are prepared for storms or power outages with a whole-home generator, so you can continue to enjoy uninterrupted heating, cooling, and electricity in the event of an emergency. We understand that adding a backup generator to your home is a major investment. Our technicians will take the time to go over your options and the installation in detail before getting started. You will be equipped with the information you need to make the best decision for your home! A permanently installed Generac home backup generator protects your New Brunswick home automatically. It runs on natural gas or liquid propane (LP) fuel, and sits outside just like a central air conditioning unit. A home backup generator delivers power directly to your home’s electrical system, backing up your entire home or just the most essential items.

Proudly serving the following New Brunswick communities:

  • Fredericton area: Florenceville-Bristol, Hartland, Houlton,Woodstock,Nackawic, McAdam, Saint Stephen, Saint George, Hanwell, Fredericton, Oromocto, Boiestown, Doaktown, Minto.
  • Moncton area: Chipman, Norton, Sussex, Rogersville, Petitcodiac, Salisbury, Moncton, Pointe-Sapin, Saint-Louis de Kent, Richibucto, Bouctouche, Shediac,O'Leary, Alberton, Sackville, Amherst Spring Hill, Pugwash.
  • Saint John area: Saint John, Welsford, Hampton, Nauwigewauk, Quispamsis, Rothesay, Grand Bay-Westfield, Maces Bay, St. Martins.

24kW Home Backup Generator / Whole House Switch WiFi-Enabled Installation

Guardian 24kW

Generac 10kW Home Backup Generator / Free Mobile Link Installation

10kW Home Backup Generator

Guardian 3-Phase 20kW Automatic Standby Generator (WiFi) Installation

10kW Home Backup Generator

Home standby generators provide greater convenience and benefits:

  • Safer to operate. Unlike portable units, whole-home generators don’t have extension cords. This lowers your risk of experiencing fire or electrical shock. These systems are designed to be installed outdoors, so there is also less risk of carbon monoxide poisoning and gas leaks.
  • Helps increase home value. Planning to sell your home in the future? A high-quality standby generator on your property will help increase the value of your home.
  • Provides more comprehensive protection. Rest easy knowing all of your appliances and electronics are protected. Standby generators will automatically kick on and continue supplying your home with power without any work on your part. This is an added convenience for those who travel often; enjoy greater peace of mind knowing your home is safe from power outages even when you’re not there.

The weather has become really erratic and severe in recent years—and power outages have become more common. While the most immediate result of an outage is that your lights go out, losing your power also affects your ability to keep your food refrigerated, to heat your home and your water, to cook, and even to bathe. If you have ever lost power for more than a day, you know that it’s not a pleasant experience. A Generac whole-house backup generator install by Installer.ca allows you to enjoy all the comforts of home when the power gets disrupted. It supplies all the power you need to keep the lights and the TV on, and the refrigerator running—you can even keep your air conditioning going! That’s a big reason that more and more people have installed a whole-house propane backup generator—something that once was considered a luxury item for a home. Now it seems to be a necessity. Generac Sales and Service in New Brunswick. For Generator Installation in Ontario click here.

Experience You Can Count On

Natural gas and propane generators from Generac are available in a variety of capacities to fit the needs of any size home in Ontario. Permanently installed and supplied by either an aboveground or an underground storage tank, a Generac propane gas generator will start automatically within seconds of the power going out. Natural gas and propane-powered generators are a preferred choice because stored gas does not degrade over time, the way gasoline does. The supply of propane is more stable and reliable, and you don’t have to worry about spillage during the refueling process.


Choosing the Right Backup Generator

Ready to move forward with generator installation? Our experts will help you choose the best product for your home. Here are a few factors to consider when selecting a new generator:

  • What’s your fuel source?
    When you install a generator, it can run on liquid propane, natural gas, or diesel. Liquid propane and natural gas are more common sources and typically used with generators up to 22kW. If you require natural gas or liquid propane-powered systems, we will make sure your fuel tank is able to accommodate the generator. We will also inspect your gas lines to make sure they are the appropriate size.
  • What are your power demands?
    Generator sizing is one of the most important factors to consider when choosing a new system. Your HVAC units use the most power in your home. If you would like your generator to power your air conditioner or furnace, you will need to select a generator that can handle the demands of these systems. Smaller homes with a three-ton AC may do well with an 11kW generator, while a five-ton AC may require a generator that’s at least 20kW.

Off-Grid an Grid-Tied Solutions

  • Grid-Tied Transfer switches
    Grid-tied home backup generators require a transfer switch to ensure proper operation. Installing a generator without the transfer switch is a code violation and will result in electrical imbalances and backfeeding. Our electric contractors will choose and install a transfer switch to complement your home’s electrical panel.
  • Off-Grid Solar Backup Battery & Generator Systems
    With an off-grid system, however, your excess electricity is stored using your backup system, typically consisting of a battery bank and backup generator. But depending on your dedication to pure energy independence, the type of solar backup power system you select can vary.
  • Energy independence
    Abattery bank and generator system allows you to have an ongoing supply of electricity. Depending on your goals, these solar backup systems can meet only your critical load needs or power your entire home. Generators can be outfitted with a transfer switch that monitors the ongoing flow of electricity, and kicks in instantly to avoid any break in your service.

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Serving the following New Brunswick Areas:
Florenceville-Bristol, Hartland, Houlton,Woodstock,Nackawic, McAdam, Saint Stephen, Saint George, Hanwell, Fredericton, Oromocto, Boiestown, Doaktown, Minto, Chipman, Norton, Sussex, Rogersville, Petitcodiac, Salisbury, Moncton, Pointe-Sapin, Saint-Louis de Kent, Richibucto, Bouctouche, Shediac,O'Leary, Alberton, Sackville, Amherst Spring Hill, Pugwash, Saint John, Welsford, Hampton, Nauwigewauk, Quispamsis, Rothesay, Grand Bay-Westfield, Maces Bay, St. Martins.