The #1 selling line of home backup generators
Back Up Your Entire Home or Just the Most Essential Items
With Generac’s Guardian Series, you need never invest in a larger backup power system than you need. From essential circuit coverage to backing up your entire home, there is a Guardian Series home backup generator that fits the bill. Now coming with FREE Mobile Link™, allowing you to monitor the status of your generator on a phone, tablet or computer from anywhere in the world.
Home backup power. Comfort. Security. Convenience.
A permanently installed Generac home backup generator protects your 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. Now coming with FREE Mobile Link™, allowing you to monitor the status of your generator on a phone, tablet or computer from anywhere in the world.
Mobile Link™ Remote Monitoring FREE with every Guardian Series Home Standby Generator
Allows you to monitor the status of your generator from anywhere in the world using a smartphone, tablet, or PC. Easily access information, such as the current operating status and maintenance alerts. With Mobile Link, you are taken care of before the next power outage.
Don’t worry about having to be there to start and turn off your Generac home backup generator because it does that automatically–whether you’re home or away. Your Generac home backup generator runs on your existing natural gas or LP fuel supply. Save the gas cans for your other outdoor power equipment.
The #1 Selling Brand of Home Backup Generators
Generac created the home backup generator category. Today, our generators are preferred by most homeowners who invest in home backup power.
Power Directly to Your Home
You’ll never have to run an extension cord through a window or door again. Your Generac home backup generator safely delivers power right to your home’s electrical panel.
24/7/365 Customer Support
Power outages aren’t a 9-to-5 thing. That’s why Performance Based Heating & Air is standing by all day every day to answer any questions you might have.
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Recognized worldwide as the best air conditioner on the market. Plus, the advances in the heating performance of our units are unmatched. Our available H2i® technology can heat your space effectively even when temperatures outside are down to -13°F.
Mitsubishi Ductless Makes Comfort Personal
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We got a call to come out and give an estimate on a home that had been using swamp coolers to cool for the past 20+ years. Customers wanted to put in a traditional ducted system for heating and cooling. The home is 3 bedrooms plus a man-cave type room and then the kitchen/living/dining are all open concept. There is multiple occupants and an infant in the home so the ability to operate each room at its own temp was very intriguing to the customer. Also, the kitchen had a finished basement under it so ductwork would have needed to go through their basement area to feed kitchen.
Problem: Swamp cooler doesn’t keep up after 95*. Swamp cooler brings in smoke from forest fires, pollens, dust, smog. Difficult to get ductwork through crawl space. Several occupants that would like zone control per room.
Solution: We installed a 5 zone Mitsubishi ductless mini split giving them zone control for each room as well as the living room. With whisper quiet technology they don’t have to worry about noise. This cleaned up air quality in the home and offered a solution to get around the basement as there is no ductwork.
This house was on foundation but it was actually built out about 5’ on the back side of the home. We installed special track pieces to hide the refrigerant lines and keep a nice clean look all the way to under the home.
The front side of the home was all brick and we needed to be able to put a unit in the room, so using an interior wall we where able to mount the head unit and pop out the back into the closet of a bedroom next to it. We ran the refrigerant line down the inside of the closet in track so its well hidden and cant be damaged, then dived under the floor and out to the outdoor unit.
The out-door we set on the back side of the home, on a prefabricated sound damping pad. Electrical came all the way from the other side of the home, through the attic and out the back side to the outdoor condenser.
Another professional install in the books….