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POWER THROUGH THE STORM

Downed power lines, natural disasters, lightning strikes, you name it—there are countless ways a home or building can lose power. No matter how dire the situation, a generator can provide safety, security, and peace of mind. In some cases, emergency backup power can mean the difference between life and death. As a Generac Power Pro Elite Dealer and Installer, All American Electric, provides the most comprehensive generator service for new and existing generator owners.

Who should own a backup generator?

Historically, it was assumed that people living in areas prone to volatile weather were at the highest risk of extended power outages. However, in recent years, extreme weather conditions have increased across the globe exposing more people to dangerous interruptions in power. Now, people everywhere can benefit from a reliable secondary source of power for emergency situations.

Outside of environmental factors, generators can help protect residents who rely on medical devices such as oxygen, dialysis, and medical beds for their livelihood. Generators can also power security systems, emergency lighting, and sump pumps to keep residents and their homes safe from harm.

How backup generators work

Permanent standby generators sit outside the home, just like central air-conditioning units, and are designed to automatically engage whenever the home loses power. Depending on the size of the generator, it can be used to power the entire home or only specific, critical devices.

Generac generators connect to the home’s natural gas or liquid propane fuel supply and deliver energy directly to the electrical panel. Once power has returned to the home, the generator automatically shuts off and awaits the next outage.

Air-cooled vs liquid-cooled generators

The difference between air-cooled and liquid-cooled generators lies in the engine. Air-cooled generators are powered by engines that use fans to force air across the engine for cooling. Liquid-cooled generators use enclosed radiator systems for cooling, similar to an automobile. Generally, liquid-cooled engines are used on larger kW generators due to the size of the engine required to achieve a higher power output.

Generac Generator Maintenance Agreements  

Maintaining the functionality of a backup power source is essential to any family’s safety and security. Purchasing an extended maintenance agreement can ensure the generator is in peak condition when disaster strikes.

All American Electric provides the most comprehensive Preventive Maintenance Agreement available. We offer 1 and 3-year agreements that meet every requirement and recommendation of Generac.

The agreements include a detailed inspection of the generator’s:

  • General appearance

  • Lube oil system

  • Engine air filter system

  • Engine fuel system

  • Engine starting system

  • Engine ignition system

  • Engine exhaust system

  • Alternator and electrical system

  • Cooling system

  • Transfer equipment

  • General condition with specific checks during operation to ensure peak performance.  

Maintenance contract benefits include:

  • A completed 50-point checklist from a comprehensive inspection

  • A preventative maintenance of generator once a year, performed by a factory certified technician

  • Weekly audits with Mobile Link to pre-emptively determine if unscheduled service is needed

  • Exclusive 10% off pricing on non-warranty parts and labor.

  • Reduced battery replacement cost of $125 for most models.

  • Discounted rate of 10% on all residential electrical services.*

All American Electric 10-year limited warranty

Go beyond the manufacturer’s warranty with an All American Electric 10-year limited warranty. We believe so strongly in the products we sell and the work that we do, that we have created our own 10-year limited warranty to give you the best coverage against repairs.

All American Electric warrants that its generator will be free from defects in material and workmanship for the items and period of the warranty.  All American Electric will, at its discretion, repair or replace any part(s), which upon evaluation, inspection and testing, is found to be defective.  Any equipment that the purchaser/owner claims to be defective must be evaluated exclusively by All American Electric.

When it comes to replacing generator parts, The All American Electric 10 year limited warranty out performs the manufacturer’s warranty. Our trained service technicians are able to diagnose a problem and replace parts as we see fit, without filing a claim. That enables us to solve the issue in half the time it would take with a traditional warranty.  

To find out more about our maintenance and warranty agreements and to schedule a free power and price estimate give us a call at 410-479-1277.

Visit www.generac.com to learn more about Generac generators, the #1 name in home backup generators.

* Excludes maintenance contract renewal and generator installations.